(Three Dog Night)
Ooh, I love you baby sometimes ain't too much
Lord, I got to have ya, love to feel your touch
I had you in the summertime, I loved you in the fall.
I got to take you home with me, I got to make you ball.
Do you feel all right, do you feel all right
You make us feel all right, you make us feel all right. (Repeat)
Feel it baby, feel it. [Repeat]
You wanna clap your hands. [Repeat]
I got to feel it. [Repeat]
Joy To The World
Jeremiah was a bullfrog
Was a good friend of mine
I never understood a single word he said
But I helped him a-drink his wine
And he always had some mighty fine wine
Joy to the world
All the boys and girls now
Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea
Three Dog Night
I won't ever leave, you want me to stay
Nothing you can do, that could turn me away
Hanging on anyway
Believing the things you say, being a fool
You've taken my life, so take my soul
That's what you said and I believe it all
Find my way back home. I don't know if I want to go.
All I want to know, can I keep doing all these shows? Yeah
Haven't got the time to worry over little things.
Fighting for some time to be alone, all alone.
Take you for a ride. I'll take you where you wanna go.
Are you ready for a ride? Make me feel that you want to go.
Can't they understand I'm tired of this business scene?
I gotta get away make me feel that I'm in a dream.
Won't you be my midnight runaway?
Never Been To Spain
Well, I never been to Spain, but I kinda like the music
Say the ladies are insane there, and they sure know how to use it
They don't abuse it; never gonna lose it
I can't refuse it
Well I never been to England, but I kinda like the Beatles
Well, I headed for Las Vegas - only made it out to Needles
Can you feel it?
It must be real it feels so good
Oh, feels so good
Old Fashioned Love Song
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Old-Fashioned Love Song
Just an old-fashioned love song playin' on the radio
And wrapped around the music is the sound
Of someone promising they'll never go
You swear you've heard it before
As it slowly rambles on and on
One Man Band
(written by Tommy Kaye, January Tyme and Billy Fox)
- peaked at #19 in 1971
Ain't no two ways about it
I just can't live without ya
Let's get together, I can't wait forever
Here I am, take my hand
I'm your man
Out In The Country
(written by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols)
- peaked at # 15 in 1970
Whenever I need to leave it all behind
Or feel the need to get away-ay-ay
I find a quiet place, far from the human race
Out in the country
Before the breathin' air is gone
Pieces Of April
From the album The Best of Three Dog Night
April gave us springtime and the promise of the flowers
And the feeling that we both shared and the love that we called ours
We knew no time for sadness, that's a road we each had crossed
We were living a time meant for us, and even when it would rain
We would laugh it off.