Speakin' Out

Album: Tonight's the Night (1975)
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  • I went to the movie the other night
    The plot was groovy, it was out of sight
    I sat with my popcorn, out lookin' for good times
    Lost in the cartoon, I grabbed a lifeline

    I've been a searcher, I've been a fool
    But I've been a long time comin' to you
    I'm hopin' for your love to carry me through
    You're holdin' my baby and I'm holdin' you
    And it's alright

    Oh, tell me where the answer lies
    Is it in the notebook behind your eyes?
    When your decision comes in view
    I'll be watchin' my TV and it'll be watchin' you

    I've been a searcher, I've been a fool
    And I've been a long time comin' to you
    I'm hopin' for your love to carry me through
    You're holdin' my baby and I'm holdin' you
    Yes, I am

    Speakin' out Writer/s: Neil Young
    Publisher: Silver Fiddle, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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