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Written by Gerry Beckley, ©1994
Found on Hourglass.

Come save me
From things I shouldn't do
I need you
Every word is true
No answer
At numbers I have dialed
I hear the call of the wild

Nights are forever
The days linger on
Standing in silence
Time lasts so long
Through all my efforts
I act like a child
Hearin' the call of the wild

Come save me
From things I shouldn't know
I'm wearin'
Someone else's clothes
I needed
Singing like a child
I hear the call of the wild

Casting my mind back
Some things don't seem right
An image of angels
Appears in the night
As I awoke
I could swear that they smiled
Hearin' the call of the wild

Come save me
From things I shouldn't do
I need you
Every word is true
No answer
At numbers I have dialed
I hear the call of the wild
I hear the call of the wild

Now, hear the call of the wild

Come save me
From things I shouldn't do
I need you
Every word is true
No answer
At numbers I have dialed
I hear the call of the wild
I hear the call of the wild
I hear the call of the wild



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