Talk To Me

Album: Rock A Little (1985)
Charted: 68 4
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  • I can see we're thinkin' bout the same things
    And I can see your expression when the phone rings
    We both know there's something happening here
    Well,there's no sense in dancing round the subject
    A wound gets worse when it's treated with neglect
    Don't turn around ,there's nothing here to fear

    [Chorus]
    You can talk to me
    Talk to me
    You can talk to me
    You can set your secrets free,baby

    Dusty words lying under carpets
    Seldom heard well must you keep your secrets
    Locked inside hidden safe from view
    Well,is it all that hard
    Is it all that tough
    Well,I've shown you all my cards now isn't that enough
    You can hide your hurt
    But,there's something you can do

    You can talk to me
    Talk to me, talk to me
    I can set your secrets free,baby
    La, la, la, la

    Though we lay face to face and cheek to cheek
    Our voices stray from the common ground where they could meet
    The walls run high, to veil a swelling tear
    Oh,let the walls burn down,set your secrets free
    You can break their bounds, cause you're safe with me
    You can lose your doubt,cause you'll find no danger not here

    [Chorus]

    Oh,I can see you running, I can see you running
    I can see you running all the way back home
    I can see your expression when the phone rings
    And I can see your thinkin' bout the same things
    Is it all that hard
    Is it all that tough
    Well, you've taken all there is now baby
    Isn't that enough
    Well, I can see you runnin', i can see you runnin'
    All the way back Writer/s: CHAS SANDFORD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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