Gonna find her
Gonna find her

Well searching
Yeah, I'm gonna searching
Searching every which a-way, yeah yeah
Oh Lord I got searching
My good Lord, searching
You know honey
Searching every which a-way, yeah yeah
But I'm like that northwest Mountie
You know I'll bring her in some day

Gonna find her
Gonna find her

Well Charlie Chan, Simon Smith
Got nothing, child, on me
Sgt. Friday and Peter Gunn
Well, ooh Alan B
'Cause no matter where she's hiding
She's gonna see me coming
Gonna walk right down that street
Like a Bulldog Drummond

Yeah, 'cause I'm searching
Whoa, honey searching
Oh my goodness
Searching every which a-way, yeah yeah
But I'm like that northwest Mountie
You know I'll bring her in some day

Gonna find her
Gonna find her

Well Charlie Chan, Simon Smith
Got nothing, child, on me
Sgt. Friday and Peter Gunn
Well, ooh Alan B, yeah
'Cause no matter where she's hiding
She's gonna see me coming
Gonna walk right down that street
Like a Bulldog Drummond

Ah searching
Yeah, I'm searching
Oh my my goodness
Searching every which a-way, yeah yeah
But I'm like that northwest Mountie
You know I'll bring her in some day

Gonna find her
Gonna find her
Yeah Lord
I'm gonna find her
I'm gonna find her


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"Searchin'" as written by Mike Stoller Jerry Leiber

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, RALEIGH MUSIC PUBLISHING, BELINDA ABERBACH STEVENSON AGAR REVOCABLE TRUST

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    General CommentAvailable on the Anthology of '95 and the Decca Tapes release of '91.
    Bobo192on March 07, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti dont really know what this song is about
    buterfly7on July 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis isn't a true a beatles song, it's by a group called The Coasters-a group that paul said they admired when they were kids
    maggiemae24on August 23, 2008   Link

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