I Can't Stand It

Album: Another Ticket (1981)
Charted: 10
  • You've been told, so maybe it's time that you learned
    You've been sold, maybe it's time that you earned

    I can't stand it
    You're fooling around, I can't stand it
    You're running around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around with my heart

    I'll explain, Ifeel like i'm being used
    Make it plain, so you don't get confused

    I can't stand it
    You're fooling around, I can't stand it
    You're running around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around with my heart

    I can't stand it
    You're running around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around, I can't stand it
    You're playing around with my heart

    It's time, time for me to let you know
    Ain't no crime, no crime to let your feelings show

    I can't stand it
    You're fooling around, I can't stand it
    You're playing around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around I can't stand it
    You're running around, I can't stand it
    You're playing around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around I can't stand it
    You're running around, I can't stand it
    You're running around, I can't stand it
    Running around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around I can't stand it
    Playing around, I can't stand it
    You're fooling around with my heart
    You're fooling around with my heart
    My heart
    Running around
    Fooling around with my heart
    Fooling around, I can't stand it
    Running around, I can't stand it
    Fooling around I can't stand it
    Fooling around I can't stand it
    Fooling around I can't stand it
    Running around I can't stand it
    Fooling around I can't stand it
    Running around
    Running around
    Running around
    Running around
    Running around Writer/s: ERIC PATRICK CLAPTON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 22nd 1981, "I Can't Stand It" by Eric Clapton & his Band entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #63; and nine weeks later on April 26th, 1981 it peaked at #10 {for 2 weeks} and spent 17 weeks on the Top 100...
    It spent three weeks at #11 before reaching #10...
    Between 1970 and 1989 he had twenty-six Top 100 records; nine made the Top 10 with one reaching #1, "I Shot the Sheriff" for one week on September 8th, 1974...
    He just missed having a second #1 record when "Tears in Heaven" peaked at #2 {for 4 weeks} in 1992; the four weeks it was at #2, the #1 record for those four weeks was "Save the Best for Last" by Vanessa Williams...
    'Slow Hand' will celebrate his 70th birthday in one month on March 30th {2015}.
  • Tony from Chicago, IlGreat Blues Rock Song!
  • Christine from Sanbornton. N.h., NhLyrics can be so much more poignant than poetry. It must be the chorus.....
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