"I Can't Help Myself" as written by Edwyn Stephen Collins and David Allan Mcclymont....
I always thought I could
Fall from a height
Land on my feet
Now I'm considering
Throwing in the towel
Admitting defeat
Just like the four tops
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself

Nothing worth finding
Is easily found
Try as we might
That was supposed to sound
Very profound
It probably sounds dry
Just like the four tops
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
Myself myself myself

Just like the four tops
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
I can't help myself

I felt I had to tell the world
About you
I felt I had to tell the world
About you
Yes I felt I had to tell the world
Tell the world
Tell the world
I can't help myself
Tell the world
Tell the world
Tell the world about you, baby
I can't help myself
Tell the world
Tell the world
C'mon c'mon c'mon
C'mon c'mon c'mon
I can't help myself
I can't help myself
Tell the world
Tell the world
I can't help myself


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"I Can't Help Myself" as written by Edwyn Stephen Collins David Allan Mcclymont

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    General CommentCorrection: the great lyric that begins "Nothing worth finding..." ends with the word "trite" (not dry). Make sense? Great song.
    eugenieon November 02, 2006   Link

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