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Little Willie John – Talk To Me, Talk To Me lyrics

Talk To Me, Talk To Me 2:43
Little Willie John
(Joe Seneca)
Pop Chart #20 April 7, 1958 King Single #5108
R&B Chart ##5
With Kelly Owens-piano, Evrett Barksdale and George Barnes-guitar
Al McKibbon-bass, David 'Panama' Francis-drums, Hal Singer-tenor sax
Bill Graham-baritone sax.


Talk to me, talk to me
Um-mm, I love the things you say
Talk to me, talk to me
In your own sweet gentle way

Let me hear, tell me dear
Tell me ooo-you-ooo, love me so
Talk to me, talk to me
Tell me what I want to know

The many ways you speak of love
I've heard before
But it sounds so good, ev'rytime
Please say the part I love, just once more
Darling, I'm so glad you're mine

Talk to me, talk to me
Hold me close, whisper low
Talk to me, baby can't you see?
Darling, I, I love you so (love you so)

Ooh, the many ways you speak of love
I've heard before
But it sounds so good, ev'rytime
Please say the part I love, just once more
Darling, I'm so glad you're mine!
Whoa-ooh-oh

Talk to me, talk to me
Hold me close, whisper low
Talk to me, baby, can't you see?
Darling, I, I love you so-oh-oh-ooh.

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