"The Song Is Familiar" as written by William Bootsy Collins, George Clinton and Bernard Worrell....
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There is a song, that I sing, whenever I'm sad, feeling bad
There is a place, in my head, that I go when I'm feeling low

I can trust in the melody
In this song I can find me
Ever since I lost you
I've been so lost too
In our love there is harmony
And I want to see this love through with you

There is a song (you can sing)
When the love you had is love gone bad
(There is a place you can go)
There's a quiet place...all you gotta do is space

[Chorus: ]
There is a song, that I sing, whenever I'm sad, feeling bad
There is a place, in my head, that I go when I'm feeling low

To my song I can relate
And I don't got to syncopate
Every word is in time, on time, at all times
In our love there is harmony
And I want to see this love through with you

There is a song (you can sing)
There is a quiet place where you'll got to do is face
[Chorus: ]


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"The Song Is Familiar" as written by George Clinton Bernard Worrell

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