No Honestly

Album: A Time for Loving (1974)
Charted: 7
  • No, honestly
    I know we were meant to be
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no no

    No, honestly
    I'll make you a guarantee
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no, no

    Doesn't matter if you're rich or you're poor
    All you need is a lot of loving
    That is what we got each other for
    And without you, I got nothing

    No, honestly
    I know we were meant to be
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no no

    No, honestly
    I'll make you a guarantee
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no, no

    No, no, no, no
    No, no, no, no

    Doesn't matter what the future may hold
    If you say we can stay together
    You're my rainbow and my pot of gold
    And it's gonna be that way forever

    No, honestly
    I know we were meant to be
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no no

    No, honestly
    I'll make you a guarantee
    Nothing's gonna to change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no, no

    No, honestly
    I know we were meant to be
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no no

    No, honestly
    I'll make you a better guarantee
    No, no
    Nothing's gonna change the way I feel about you
    No, no, no no Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Roscoe B from Munich, GermanyThe B-side of "No Honestly" is "Central Park Arrest", another song penned by Lynsey and that had been a hit earlier in 1974 for Thunderthighs.
  • Roscoe B from Munich, GermanyThe first episodes of Yes Honestly had the Alan Price song of the same name as the theme but later on this was substituted for an instrumental version of Lynsey's No Honestly. There was even talk of releasing this version but it didn't happen.
  • Zabadak from London, EnglandThe TV show's title was amanded to Yes Honestly when the stars changed and a new theme was commissioned.
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