If You Need Me

Album: The Best Of Wilson Pickett (1963)
Charted: 64
  • If you need me, I want ya to call me
    Said if you need me, all ya gotta do is call me
    Don't wait too lo-o-ong if things go wrong
    I-I-I'll be home, whoa-oh-oh, home

    If you want me, send for me
    I said if you want me, want, all ya gotta do is send for me
    Don't wait too lo-o-ong, just-a pick up your phone
    And I-I-I'll (hurry home where I belong)

    People always said, darlin', that I didn't mean you no good. And you
    Would need me someday. Way deep down in my heart I know I've done the best I
    Could. That's why I know that one of these days, it won't be long, you'll come
    Walkin' through that same door (I'll hurry home). And I can imagine in my mind
    That these are the words that you'll be sayin'.

    I still love you, always thinkin' of you
    And I still love, love, always thinkin' of you
    Don't wait too lo-o-ong, just-a pick up your phone
    And I-I-I'll hurry home (I'll hurry home)
    Right there, where I belong Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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