The Way I Feel Inside

Album: Begin Here (1965)
  • Should I try to hide
    The way I feel inside
    My heart for you?

    Would you say that you
    Would try to love me too?

    In your mind
    Could you ever be
    Really close to me?

    I can tell the way you smile
    If I feel that I
    Could be certain then
    I would say the things I want to say tonight

    But 'til I can see
    That you'd really care for me
    I will dream
    That someday you'll be
    Really close to me

    I can tell the way you smile
    If I feel that I
    Could be certain then
    I would say the things I want to say tonight

    But 'til I can see
    That you'd really care for me
    I'll keep trying to hide
    The way I feel inside Writer/s: Rod Argent
    Publisher: MARQUIS SONGS USA
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