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Why won't you talk to me
I've done nothing wrong that I can see.

You know I can't take this silence, tell me what's wrong with you
If I'm supposed to feel guilty, tell me what did I do
It must be a reason for you acting this way
But I swear I won't know it 'til you come out and say.

Why won't you talk to me
I've done nothing wrong that I can see.

I don't know why I'm trying to break down this wall
That you build up between us or nothing at all
It feels like a bad dream, it feels like a game
But I swear this is one time that I'm not to blame.

Why won't you talk to me
I've done nothing wrong that I can see.

Drums: Liam Genockey
Bass Guitar: Mo Foster
Piano: Graham Preskett
Mandolin: Richard Thompson
Electric Guitar: Hugh Burns
Acoustic Guitar: Richard Brunton / Gerry Rafferty
Lap Slide: Richard Brunton
Accordion: John Kirkpatrick
Vocals: Gerry Rafferty



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