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Johnny Mathis – Call Me lyrics

Written by Clyde Otis and Belford C. Hendricks

Peaked at # 21 in 1958

Call me if your arms are lonely
Call me if you're feeling blue
If you don't believe me, just call and say you need me
And darling I'll come to you

Call me if your dreams should tumble
I will help you start anew
If you don't believe me, just call and say you need me
And darling I'll run to you

Call me if things look hopeless and gray
I'll come and change the view
Call me when Spring seems farthest away
I'll change the season for you

Call and say you want me near you
I'll be there before you're through
If you don't believe, just call and say you need me
And darling I'll fly to you

Call and say you want me near you
I'll be there before you're through
If you don't believe, just call and say you need me
And darling I'll fly to you



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