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Nazareth – Turn On Your Receiver lyrics

(copyright 1973 mountain music ltd., carlin music corp.
All rights reserved.
Yellow dog music in canada and you. S.)

Turn on your receiver, I'm gonna lat it on the line
Cause I'm a great believer, in hangin on to what is mine
So come over here and listen, I don't want you to be missin
What I say
And I aint gonna waste my time sayin it all again

I've been hearin stories, fact the words all over town
I've had my share of worries ever since youve been around
So come over hear and listen, I don't want you to be missin
What I say
And I aint gonna waste my time sayin it all again

Turn on your receiver, theres a message comin through
Keep your hands off my woman
Keep your hands to yourself
Keep your hands off my woman



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