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Hello In There Lyrics

We've lived on this street now for fifty years
Me and Billy liked living there
It's been years since the kids have grown
All have lives of their own, left us alone

John and Linda live in America
Joseph is somewhere on the road
We lost Davy in the Irish Moor
Still don't know what for, doesn't matter anymore

Old trees grow stronger
Old rivers grow wilder every day
But old people, they just grow lonesome
Waitin for someone to say
Say "Hello in there," say "Hello."
Say Hello, Hello-oooo

Me and Billy, we don't talk much now
He just sits starin at the tv screen
On the news it just repeats itself
Like some forgotten dream, we've both seen

Maybe someday I'll phone up my old friend Madge
We worked together at the laundry mat
But what do I tell her when she asks, "What's new?
Say "nothing, whats with you?"
Not much left to do

Old trees grow stronger
Old rivers grow wilder every day
But old people, they just grow lonesome
Waitin for someone to say
Say "Hello in there," say "Hello."
Say Hello, say Hello, say Hello-oooo

So if you're walkin' down the street one day
And you spot some hollow, ancient eyes
Don't turn around as if you didn't care
Or worse, stop and stare
Say "Hello in there," say "Hello

*Howyou?* Say Hello
Say Hello
Just say Hello
Just say Hello
Just Say Hello
Just say Hello

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Songwriter(s): John Prine
Publisher(s): Walden Music Inc., Sour Grapes Music Inc.

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