"They Gonna Talk" as written by and Hugh Hammond Clement Dodd....
Ah, some things were meant to be
So why not let it be?
And stop worryin' about it?
As long as we know what's in our hearts
We know our inner thoughs
Hey, no reason for concern, no

They gonna talk, they gonna talk, they gonna talk
They gonna say a lot of things about us
You said you know that to love is not a sin
But you worry what the people say

When they see me with you
And, wonder what the crowd will say
When they find us together
Wonder what the people say
And they know we're in love
Worry what the crowd will say

You pass them on the street, yes
Greet them with a smile hey
As broad as the Nile
They'll say all kinds of goody goody to you yes
That lingers for a while
Over in your mind

You wanna go, you wanna stay
It seems that you can never ever make your mind about it
Well, but if you know that love is deep within
Why should you worry what the folks will say?

When they see me with you
Worry what the crowd will say
When they find us together
Wonder what the people say
And they know we're in love
Wonder what the people say

Wonder what the people say
When they see me with you
Wonder what the crowd will say
When they find us together
Worry what the people say
And they know we're in love
Wonder what the people say

Some things were meant to be
So why not let it be?
And stop worrying about it?
As long as we know what's in our hearts
And we know each other's thoughts
No reason for concern, no

They gonna talk, they gonna talk, they gonna talk
They gonna say a lot of things about us
You said you know that love is not a sin
But then you worry what the folks say
When they see me with you
And, wonder what the crowd will say


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"They Gonna Talk" as written by Hugh Hammond Clement Dodd

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