"Silhouettes" as written by Jeremy Brian Penick, Ryan Bradley Burchfield, Daniel S. Noonan and Gordon Charles Heckaman....
Took a walk and passed your house late last night All the shades were pulled and drawn way down tight From within, the dim light cast two silhouettes on the shade Oh what a lovely couple they made Put his arms around your waist, held you tight Kisses I could almost taste in the night Wondered why I'm not the guy who's silhouette's on the shade I couldn't hide the tears in my eyes Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah... Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah... Lost control and rang your bell, I was sore Let me in or else I'll beat down your door When two strangers who have been two silhouettes on the shade Said to myself "you're on the wrong block" Rushed out to your house with wings on my feet Loved you like I'd never loved you my sweet Vowed that you and I would be two silhouettes on the shade All of our days, two silhouettes on the shade Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah... Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah...


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"Silhouettes" as written by Frank C. Slay Jr. Bob Crewe

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