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Your Voice Lyrics

"Let go, don't you know"
She said, "You're never gonna get her", get her
Well I smile, for a while
'Cause I'm sure that I know better, better
I think I'm falling in love
But, baby, you're not here

I heard your voice on the radio
I know every word and the way it goes
If you could only play your old sweet song for me

Well, I saw your face on the TV screen
If you only knew how much you mean to
A boy like me, a small town boy like me

It's somethin', oh, where do I begin?
I swear I know you, know you
Every word, sounds absurd
But I swear that I could show you, show you
I think I'm falling in love
But, baby, you're not here

I heard your voice on the radio
I know every word and the way it goes
If you could only play your old sweet song for me

Well, I saw your face on the TV screen
If you only knew how much you mean to
A boy like me, a small town boy like me

Those boys that you write all your songs about
Did anyone ever write you back?
Well, here's mine, I hope you get it in time

I heard your voice on the radio
I know every word and the way it goes
If you could only play your old sweet song for me

Well, we'll meet some day and I hope you'll see
That that boy you wanted, well, it was me
Just a boy like me, a small town boy like me
Boy like me

these lyrics are submitted by Hannah Banana

Songwriter(s): Cameron Leahy
Copyright: Photo Finish BMI Pub Designee, Warner-tamerlane Publishing Corp., Bad Penguin Publishing
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