"Sing Her Song" as written by and Nicholas William Haworth Alan John Redmond....
We've been chasing others,
and rested little while.
Haven't we learned from anyone,
when our fingers trembled in it comes.

Well, I can drop a needle.
And then this song goes in.
Haven't you poured that glass too full enough,
baby, take this tune you've woken up.

And I sing her song
for the touch you need
and the taste I long.

Close the fallen ending,
so I can sing her name.
Haven't those lights not shone on everyone?
You and I got more lonely to come.

And I sing her song
for the touch you need
and the taste I long.
And I sing her song
We'll feel different soon,
no, it won't be long.

Haven't those lights not shone on everyone?

And I sing her song
for the touch you need
and the taste I long.
And I sing her song
We'll feel different soon,
no, it won't be long.


Lyrics submitted by Georgefan889

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