"It Took a Song" as written by Samuel L Salter, Laney Stewart and Thabiso Nkhereanye....
Every song on the radio
Seems like it's talking about me
A message from another voice
Telling me I made the wrong choice, oh no
I close my eyes and shed a tear
The music makes me with you were here
Girl, since I let my baby go
I know I made a mistake

'Cause it took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me be a man
It took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me miss you

The silence of a melody
It game me time to see
See just how wrong I've been
Please come back
Before this song ends
Now I am the lonely one
And you are the reason
Girl I know I was wrong
And I heard it in a song

'Cause it took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me be a man
It took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me miss you

Now all I ask for
Is all over again
Will I ever hear (will I ever hear)
Your melody (your melody)
And your song again
It's been so long (so long)
Baby come back home (baby come back home)
I know I was wrong

'Cause it took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me be a man
It took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me miss you

Tell me why
I don't know why (I don't know why)
See I was a fool (I was a fool, oh baby yeah)
See I don't know why
I let my baby go (lady)
I don't know why (tell me why)
See I was a fool (oh so sorry babe)
See I don't know why (yes I am)
I let my baby go (baby)

'Cause it took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me be a man
It took a song
To make me understand

'Cause it took a song
To make me understand
It took a song
To make me be a man
It took a song
To make me understand


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"It Took a Song" as written by Samuel L Salter Laney Stewart

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