Sittin' here lonely like a broken man Sell my time and do the best I can I wasn't boss this around in me But I don't want your sympathy, yeah Oh baby, oh baby, I just need your tender lovin' To keep me sane in this burnin' oven When my time is up, be my reaper Like Adam's work on God's green earth My reaper, my reaper baby, yeah me is my reaper, yeah
Ice cold waters runnin' in my brain And they drag me back to work again Pains and blisters on my minds and my hands From living daily with those canvas bags Thoughts of freedom their drivin' me wild And I'll by happy like a new born child We'll be together, girl, you wait and see No more walls to keep your love from me
Yeah, can't you feel my love Baby, baby, need you, squeeze you, Nobody but, nobody but, you girl, I love you, need you All right
I said everything's gonna be all right And if you don't believe what I say Just listen baby and I'll tell you Can't you feel my love Can't you see my skill Can't you yell my love It's getting louder It's getting louder A little closer, yeah
I said baby, I need you, c'mon, squeeze, please Lord, I love you, I need you, yeah Yeah, right by my side I need you here by my side But I can't help it baby But I'll be home soon I'll be home soon, yeah All right Whoa!!!
Writer/s: ALAN LOMAX, BODIE CHANDLER, BRYAN JAMES CHANDLER, ERIC VICTOR BURDON
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 6th 1966, the Animals performed "Inside - Looking Out" on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'... Exactly two weeks later on February 20th it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #96; and on March 27th it peaked at #34 (for 1 week) and spent 7 weeks on the Top 100... Was track 6 of side 1 on their fourth studio album, 'Animalization', the album reached #20 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart... Two other tracks from the album also made the Top 100; "Don't Bring Me Down" (at #12) and "See See Rider" (at #10)... When "See See Rider" was released as a 45 RPM record the label read 'Eric Burton and the Animals'; all prior releases it was just the 'Animals'... R.I.P. original bassist 'Chas' Chandler (1938 - 1996).