"Talk It Over" as written by Christopher H Jasper, Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, O'kelly Isley, Rudolph Isley, Ronald Isley, Michelle Gayle and Sheppard J Soloman....
If all the things you say to me
Were steps towards some unity
I wouldn't keep on staring
In semi disbelief
Because as you say you'd do one thing
You behave so contradictory
So don't propound your theories
If they don't reflect reality
I don't know you very well
I find it hard to even tell you
That you don't do what you could do... if you wanted to
So drop the image you have of me
And talk a bit more openly
We'll sat across the table in an empty house
Are we ever really able to talk it out?
Don't stop to count the amount of times we've tried
Watching the wall as the conversation died
Open the windows and look outside
A million strangers walking by
And us creating alibis
For what we really feel inside
You don't know me very well
I don't know you very well
We find it hard to even tell
Each other that we'd like to talk it over
Remove the cover, talk it over
Find a corner, talk it over
Remove the cover, talk it over
Find a corner, talk it over


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"Talk It Over" as written by Christopher H Jasper Christopher Jasper

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