Save Me

Album: I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You (1967)
  • Save me!
    Somebody save me
    Save me!
    Somebody save me, yeah

    Promised myself after the first romance
    I wouldn't give ya a second chance
    Said you see, you're sure to find
    Ah, but the closer I get to ya, baby
    You drive me stone out, a, my, mind

    Save me!
    Oh, yeah, save me, yeah, yeah
    Those who love always give the most
    We're cryin' together from coast to coast
    Love leaves us cold and hurt inside
    Leaves tears of ours unjustified
    Beggin' you to, save me!
    Yeah, need somebody to
    Save me, yeah, hey, hey, hey

    Yeah, um hum, yeah, um hum hum

    Your love said you needed me
    You abused my love, set me free
    You didn't need, you didn't want me
    Somebody help me, this man wants to taunt me
    I'm beggin you to, oh oh!

    Save me, yeah, he hee, save me!
    Call in the cape crusader, green hornet
    Kado too
    I'm in so much trouble I don't know what to do
    If you're thinkin a thing about me
    Save me, oh yeah, yea, c'mon
    I just said
    Save me, baby c'mon
    Save me, woo ho, save me!

    Whoa ho ho save me Writer/s: Curtis Ousley, Aretha Franklin, Carolyn Franklin
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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