Can't Hide Love

Album: Gratitude (1975)
Charted: 39
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  • You want my love and you can't deny
    You know it's true, but you try to hide, yeah
    You turn down love like it's really bad, ow
    You can't give what you never had, yeah

    Well bless your soul, you can fool a few, ha ha
    Ah, I know the truth now so do you, how how
    (You can't hide, I betcha, hoo,)

    Can't hide love, can't hide love, well I betcha
    (girl, I betcha)
    I can't hide, yeah

    (feel inside)
    You can't pretend there's nothing there
    Girl, I look in your eyes, I see you care
    So why not stop trying to run and hide

    You won't find out, if you never try,
    (You want my love, I betcha,)
    Ooooo, yeah, whoa oh whoa
    (Hoo, Betcha)

    You want my love, well I betcha
    (girl, I betcha)
    Whoa oh whoa, I've a feeling inside
    (feel inside)

    Love has found the time for kissing, yeah
    Can you find the time to listen
    Life's found the time to want you, yeah
    Can you find the time for blissing, yeah, how, how. Writer/s: SKIP SCARBOROUGH
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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