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Doris Day – Pillow Talk lyrics

Pillow Talk
Doris Day
Written by Buddy Pepper and Inez James

This song did not chart
Title song from the 1959 film starring Day and Rock Hudson

Pillow talk, pillow talk
Another night of hearin' myself talk, talk, talk, talk
Wonder how it would be to have someone to pillow talk with me
I wonder how
I wonder who

Pillow talk, pillow talk
Another night of bein' alone with pillow talk
When it's all said and done, two heads together can be better than one
That's what they say
They always say

All I do is talk to my pillow
Talk to my pillow, talk to my pillow
All I do is talk to my pillow
Talk about the boy I'm gonna marry someday
Somehow, some way, sometime

Pillow talk, pillow talk
Another night of gettin' my fill of pillow talk
You and I both agree there must be a boy, must be a pillow
Must be a pillow-talkin' boy for me
I hope I'm right
I'd better be right

Oh, there must be a pillow-talkin' boy for me
(We hope she's right, she'd better be right, there must be a boy)
There must be a boy
There must be a boy
There must be a boy
There must be a boy!!
There must!!



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