"Guitar Talk" as written by and Steve/linden Bogard....
(Steve Bogard/Colin Linden)
(Track 8 - Time 3:35)

Sally's puttin' on her perfume - slippin' into high-heeled shoes
Sally used to have a boyfriend play the blues
Billy's puttin' gas in the pick-up - combin' his hair just right
Money burnin' holes in his pocket till tonight

'Cause it's nine o'clock - time to rock
Goin' downtown - gonna hear a little guitar talk

Mama does her time at the factory
Daddy minds the local store
Nothin' much to say about it anymore
When they get lost in the music - under the dancehall lights
Mama still makes lovin' Daddy feel all right

'Cause it's nine o'clock - time to rock
Goin' downtown - gonna hear a little guitar talk

When the guitar talks, when the bass man walks
There's a place down deep inside your heart it will unlock
When there's singin' strings, and the guitar rings
Everywhere around the world the message is the same

Weatherman tells the weather - TV man reads the news
But there's nothin' like a Fender talkin' 'bout blue suede shoes
And if your baby leaves you, and if it's been a low down day
Listen what a good old six-string has to say

'Cause it's nine o'clock - time to rock
Goin' downtown - gonna hear a little guitar talk

All around the block - we're all gonna rock
Goin' downtown - goona hear a little guitar talk
Hear a little guitar talk
Hear a little guitar talk
Hear a little guitar talk
Hear a little guitar talk


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"Guitar Talk" as written by Steve Bogard Colin Kendall Linden

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