Just Say Yeah
I wanted to be somebody you see When you're feeling good I started looking for your little MG In my neighborhood I started feeling kind of funny and free When you were around And I began to cook up a plan to Take you out of town Not really dating, we were relating And we were friends It's hard to say where the relating leaves off And where loves begins A friend will tell you all kinds of stuff That a lover won't And you would think you would see love coming But of course, you don't I want to hold you, don't want to mold you Into someone else I never could have invented you Or written you so well I never met another woman who Possessed your particular charms I want to be that man who will see that You never come to harm Must have been you I dreamed of Yeah that was you all right You were the laughter I was listening to Standing in the light You were the lover in the sunrise who Had begun to slip away Though I was just a kid I must have known You'd be real someday I want to know you, I want to show you That you're not alone You've been the only thing steadying me And I guess we've both known Maybe you haven't been that ready to see That I could take you there Well that was then, but this is when I need to hear you say yeah Baby just say yeah
Written by: JACKSON BROWNE
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