"The Bells" as written by Marvin P Gaye, Elgie Rousseau Stover, Anna Gaye and Iris Gordy....
I'll never hear the bells if you leave me
I'll never hear the bells
I'll never hear the bells if you leave me
I'll never hear the bells
Do you hear what I hear
When your lips are kissing mine
Do you hear the bells honey
Do you hear them ringing
When I'm kissing you baby
What do I have to do
To make you feel the tingling too

Can't you hear the bells honey
Say it's just as good to you as it is to me
I hear the bells
I hear the bells
Oh ringing in my ears
Oh saying do you love me do you love me
Do you love me, do you love me
Like I love you oh baby

True love and joy and faith
And all my strength I'll give to you darling
My love is yours exclusively to enjoy
Any way you want to
One thing I want you to remember
If you ever leave
I believe I'll go insane
Darling I'll never hear the bells again
No, no, no, no, no, no
Oh baby don't leave me, don't leave me baby


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"The Bells" as written by Anna Gordy Gaye Anna Gaye

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