"When You Heard You" as written by and Wise Stumpf....
Put out my hand put out your waterin' eyes
When I have seen better ways to waste my time
Put out my hand put out your waterin' eyes
Oh why I have seen better ways to waste some time
And when you heard you
Troubled with some compliment
And you tried not to whine
Not to feel already spent
And it's true look at you
In the midnight hour now and it you said
"Oh oh do we have a good thing going yet?"
Put out your hand let out your mind(?) I know
Without some violence you won't want to slow
Let out your hand let out your mind I know oh oh
When nothing else can make you so slow
Pain is a fire gone
Hanging on and on
Wild times with the latest one
Pain is a fire gone
Ohhh


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    General CommentThis version was awful - here is my take:

    Put out my hand,
    Put out your watering eyes,
    When I have seen better ways to waste my time,

    Put out my hand
    Put out your watering eyes,
    Oh, why have I seen better ways to waste some time?

    And when you,
    Heard you,
    Coupled with some compliment,
    And you tried,
    Not know why,
    Not to feel already spent,
    Well it's true,
    Look at you,
    In the midnight hour now and it's set,
    "Oh, oh,
    Do we have a good thing going yet?"

    Oh I know, Oh I know, Oh I know

    Get out your hand,
    Get out your mind, and I know,
    Without some violence you won't want to slow,

    Get out your hand,
    Get out your mind I know, oh, oh,
    When nothing else can make you move so slow,

    Pain is how far you've gone,
    Hanging on, and on,
    Wild times with the latest one,
    Pain is how far you've gone,

    Oh I know, Oh I know

    ???
    Outon August 08, 2009   Link

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