"Say It" as written by Ralph Middlebrooks, Willie Beck, James L. Williams, Marvin Pierce, Marshall Jones, Clarence Satchell and Leroy Bonner....
You cover me with kisses.
You always walk me home.
You say I make you head go
Nasty when you are alone.

Keep eyes on me at parties,
You push their hands away.
You know they're in it for the
Game but say that you won't

Play it. It feels like all you
Want is me so how come you won't
Say it.
You know I know they watch you. I

See but I don't say. I hear the
Bathroom conversation. I just
Shrug away. 'Cause I've had you
In the ocean and I've have you on

The floor. You must remember the game,
You know just how to play it.
It feels like all you want is me so how
Come you won't say it ?

Silence is golden, Promises go rusty.
Sometimes when you talk too much the
Works get old and dusty. Don't say it
To me, I won't say it to you. As long as

We're not saying it, I know something else
We can do.
So just ignore my weakness for boys in
Noisy bands. They always seem to say too

Much, they always need a hand. Remember
When your lonely in places far away,
You're my favorite game. I might lose
But I'll play it. It feels like all you
Want is me so you don't have to say it.

Lyrics submitted by lizardwings182

"Say It" as written by Willie Beck Ralph Middlebrooks

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