All Because of You

Album: Hope You Like It (1973)
Charted: 6
  • I can remember the day when I had nothing to say
    Just look at me now I'm shouting
    Hey, hey, hey
    Oh, I feel good, oh, I feel good

    It's all because of you, baby
    All because of you, woman
    But ain't no doubt about it
    All because of you
    All because of you, baby
    You don't know what it's like (hey hey hey)
    You don't know, you don't know
    To be happy again to have so many friends
    Just when I thought it was the end.
    Hey, hey, hey
    And it's all because of you, baby
    You got me, you got me, you got me
    Ah, ah, ah, ah
    I remember the day
    When I had nothing to say
    Just look at me now I'm shouting (hey hey hey)
    But ain't no doubt about it.
    Ooh, I feel good, oh, I feel good
    And it's all because of you, baby
    And let me hear you shout it (hey hey hey)
    I wanna hear you shout it (hey hey hey)
    Shout, shout it shout it (hey hey hey)
    Come on, come on shout it (hey hey hey)
    I wanna hear you shout it (hey hey hey)
    I wanna hear you shout it (hey hey hey)
    Come on and hear me shout it, now (hey hey hey)
    Shout, shout it shout it (hey hey hey)
    Shout, shout it shout it (hey hey hey)
    I wanna hear you shout it (hey hey hey) Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER JON DABALDO, DAVID A. NOVOTNY, JOSEPH SCOTT SAPPINGTON, PAUL ALLEN CROSBY, WAYNE A. SWINNY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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