Someday, Someway

Album: Marshall Crenshaw (1982)
Charted: 36
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  • I can't stand to see you sad
    I can't bear to hear you cry
    If you can't tell me what you need
    All I can do is wonder why

    Someday, someway aw
    Someday, someway, yeah now
    Someday, someway
    Maybe I'll understand you

    After all you've done for me
    All I really want to do
    Is take the love you brought my way
    And give it all right back to you

    Someday, someway
    Someday, someway yeah yeah
    Someday, someway
    Maybe you'll understand me
    You've taken everything from me
    I've taken everything from you

    I'll love you for my whole life through
    Now after all you've done for me
    All I really want to do
    Is take the love you brought my way
    And give it all right back to you

    Someday, someway aw
    Someday, someway, yeah now
    Someday, someway maybe you'll understand me
    You've taken everything from me
    I've taken everything from you

    I'll love you for my whole life through
    I can't stand to see you sad
    I can't bear to hear you cry
    If you can't tell me what you need
    All I can do is wonder why

    Someday, someway aw
    Someday, someway, yeah yeah
    Someday, someway
    Maybe I'll understand you

    Someday, someway aw
    Someday, someway, yeah yeah
    Someday, someway
    Maybe you'll understand me

    Someday, someway oh!
    Someday, someway, yeah now
    Someday, someway
    Maybe I'll understand you Writer/s: MARSHALL H CRENSHAW
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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