Listen To Me

Album: Hollies Sing Hollies (1968)
Charted: 11 129
  • Listen to me I'll sing a song
    To change your mind

    Have you ever wondered why
    When everything goes wrong
    Nobody stops to lend a hand
    Nobody seems to care
    Then she looks you in the eye
    And suddenly you're strong
    And very soon you realize
    That you didn't care about love

    Listen to me I'll sing a song
    To change your mind
    Your ears are deaf
    Your mouth is dumb
    Your eyes are blind
    Listen to me and very soon
    I think you'll find
    Somebody wants to help you
    Somebody seems to care
    And very soon you've forgotten
    That you didn't care about love

    Does it hurt to realize
    You've been acting very strange
    Refusing to take the love she gives
    Pretending you don't care
    Did it take you by surprise
    To discover how you'd changed
    How you forgot to remember
    That you didn't care about love

    Listen to me I'll sing a song
    To change your mind
    Your ears are deaf
    Your mouth is dumb,
    Your eyes are blind
    Listen to me and very soon
    I think you'll find
    Somebody wants to help you
    Somebody seems to care
    And very soon you've forgotten
    That you didn't care about love

    Listen to me I'll sing a song
    To change your mind
    Your ears are deaf
    Your mouth is dumb,
    Your eyes are blind
    Listen to me and very soon
    I think you'll find
    Somebody wants to help you
    Somebody seems to care
    And very soon you've forgotten
    That you didn't care about love
    You didn't care about love
    You didn't care about
    You didn't care about
    You didn't care about love Writer/s: TONY HAZZARD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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