"Tell Her" as written by and Mark Cornell Craig Wiseman....
So you say your love's about to end
You say you can't take no more
She's out the door
And your looking for a friend

Who am I to tell you why
But I'm just curious were you furious
Or did you swallow your pride
And look her in the eye and

Tell her that you love her
Tell her that you need her
Tell her that you want her to stay
Reassure her with a kiss
She may never know unless you
Show her what your feeling
Tell her you're believing
Even though it's hard to say
'Cause she needs to know you're thinking of her
So open up and tell her that you love her

Brother I've been right where you are now
And my heart was broke
'Cause I never spoke
Those healing words out loud

But I've learned my lesson well
And now every night
Before I close my eyes
I look at my woman and
I ask myself did you

Tell her that you love her
Tell her that you need her
Tell her that you want her to stay
Reassure her with a kiss
She may never know unless you
Show her what your feeling
Tell her you're believing
Even though it's hard to say
'Cause she needs to know you're thinking of her
So open up and tell her that you love her

Tell her that you love her
Tell her that you need her
Tell her that you want her to stay
Reassure her with a kiss
She may never know unless you
Show her what your feeling
Tell her you're believing
Even though it's hard to say
'Cause she needs to know you're thinking of her
So open up and tell her that you love her

Tell her that you love her


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"Tell Her" as written by Mark Cornell Craig Wiseman

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    General CommentI think this is a beautiful song that represents all that a man, or woman would be feeling about a soon-to-be breakup.
    Jamieladukeon March 13, 2003   Link
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    General CommentWonderful song. I think he speaks of when a couple gets into a fight and the woman, in this case, decides to leave and walks out the door. Will the man be able to swallow his pride and say all that he feels and try his best to keep her? Or will he simply let her go and regret it for the rest of his life? The singer has made this mistake before and is advising, or trying to advise others to speak what they feel and not hold back because it can make a difference.
    painful.blisson March 14, 2007   Link

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