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I CAN'T HEAR YOU NO MORE
By Gerry Goffin & Carole King

Here you are again
Tellin' me you're sorry, baby
Tellin' me you wanna come on back home
Where you belong

There you go again
Lyin' and alibiin'
Singin' that same old worn out song
Here it comes now

I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before
You ain't a reachin' me no how
No way, no time until dooms day

I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

You walked out on me
Once too often baby
And I can't take no more of your jive
And that's the truth

I ain't about to let you
Run me into the ground
I'm not gonna throw away my youth
no not hardly

I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before
You ain't a reachin' me no how
No way, no time until dooms day

I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

You ain't a reachin' me no how
No way, no time until dooms day
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more

You gotta speak out louder
You gotta speak out louder
Cause I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more
Just a little bit louder



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