"Don't Talk Much" as written by and John Nigel Taylor....
I don't talk much
cause when I do I lie
I don't listen well
I'm not the listening kind of guy

But when I'm deep in your arms
I feel I'm full of fire

I don't see too good
I used to but now I'm blind
I've lived in poverty
I've acted my age and now I slide

Get up my life has gone and walked out on me
Get up my life has gone and died
Get up my life has gone and walked out on me
Get up my life has gone and lied

But when I'm deep in your arms
I feel I'm full of fire
and when I say I love you, baby I really do
when I say I want (need) you, then baby I want you

Get up my wife has gone and walked out on me
Get up my wife has gone and died
Get up my wife has gone and walked out on me
Get up my wife has gone and lied

But when I'm deep in your arms
I feel I'm full of fire
and when I say I want you, baby I really do
when I say I need you, then baby I need you
when I say I love you, baby I want you
when I say I need you, then baby I need you


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"Don't Talk Much" as written by John Nigel Taylor

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