"I Can't Hear You No More" as written by and Gerry/king Goffin....
Here you are again
Tellin' me you're sorry, baby
Tellin' me you want to come on back home
Where you belong

There you go again,
Lyin' & a-alibi-in'
Singin' that same old worn-out song
Here it comes now

I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before
You ain't a-reachin' me
No how, no way
No time until doomsday
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

You walked out on me once too often, baby
And I can't take no more of your jive
And that's the truth
I ain't about to let you run me in to the ground
I'm not gonna throw away my youth
No, not hardly

I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before
You ain't a-reachin' me
No how, no way
No time until doomsday
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

You ain't a-reachin' me
No how, no way
No time until doomsday
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

You got to speak up louder
You got to speak up louder
'Cause I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

Just a little bit louder
Just a little bit louder
Just a little bit louder
Just a little bit louder


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"I Can't Hear You No More" as written by Gerry Goffin Carole King

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