Just A Little Bit

Album: Outsideinside (1968)
Charted: 92
  • I feel a good sensation
    And I been lifted child by your soul creation
    Don't you stop just to look away
    I want you to listen, child, to what I say

    Don't you drift away too far
    Out of sad times, of just exactly where you are
    'Cause it's just too much the way I feel
    I just can't believe that it's so for real

    You have a strange desire
    When you walk across the ground
    Then you set the earth on fire

    I feel good sensation
    And I been lifted child by your sole creation
    Don't you stop just to look away
    I want you to listen, child, to what I say

    C'mon, c'mon, won't you please, just a little bit
    Won't you please, just a little bit closer

    C'mon, c'mon
    C'mon, c'mon
    C'mon, c'mon Writer/s: RICHARD DICKIE PETERSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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