"Tell Her Love Has Felt the Need" as written by Leonard Caston and Kathy Wakefield....
Aw...
In the mor-or-ning when she wakes light of dawn come touch her face.
Sunshine keep her warm and safe, wind come blow her tears away.

Tell her love has felt the need to leave her.
Tell her love has felt the need to free her.
I could never be what she wants of me, yeah-eah.

Diamond rings and wedding plans, children laughing and holding hands.
She deserves that kind of man, but my life is like a ship in sand, yeah.

Tell her love has felt the need to leave her.
Tell her love has felt the need to free her.
I could never be what she wants of me.

Love her, ooo-ooo-ooo.
I could never be what she wants of me.
Yeah, yeah-eah-eah.
Log on to kill this message.
I could never be what she wants of me.

Tell her love has felt the need to leave her.
Tell her love has felt the need to free her.
Huh-huh-huh (Won`t you tell her) Huh-huh
I could never be what she wants of me, yeah.

(Instrumental)

(I could never be what she wants of me)
(Won`t you tell her)
(Hey)

(I`ll just pass her by, I don`t want to make her cry)
(Won`t you tell her)
(Hey)

(Hope she finds a happy home, I think it`s best that I move on)
(Hey)
Hey

(I could never be what she wants of me)
(Hey)
Hey-ey


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"Tell Her Love Has Felt the Need" as written by Leonard Caston Kathy Wakefield

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