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To Know Him Is to Love Him (Teddy Bears) · Praise Him, Praise Him (Eddy Arnold) · Tell Him: The Decca Years (Billie Davis) · Tell Him [Single] (Barbra Streisand) · Tell Him (The Exciters) · Tell Him: Golden Classics Edition (Patti Drew) · Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever (Explosions in the Sky) · Give Him Cornbread, Live! (Beau Jocque) · Give Him Cornbread, Live! (Beau Jocque & The Zydeco Hi-Rollers) · Live: Like You Like Him (Professor Longhair) – and 90 other albums »


And I tell him that I'm all alone

By the time I count from one to four
I hear him knockin' on my door
In the evenin' when the sun goes down
don't live everything we say
There's got to be a crucifixion
We can live dying everyday

You've got to tell him he's free to take a shot
He wants to hit
on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from 1 to 4,
I hear (knock, knock, knock) on my door

Every evening when the sun goes down
him on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him knock, knock, knock, knock
On my door

In
him on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him knock, knock, knock, knock
On my door

In
him on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him knock, knock, knock, knock
On my door

In
if I call him on the telephone 
And tell him that I'm all alone 
By the time I count from one to four 
I hear him [KNOCK-KNOCK-KNOCK-KNOCK] on my
and tell you of my dreaming
Dreaming is free
I don't want to live on charity
Pleasure's real or is it fantasy?
Reel to reel is living rarity
People stop
I found him by the railroad track this morning
I could see that he was nearly dead
I knelt down beside him and I listened
Just to hear the words
I found him by the railroad track this morning
I could see that he was nearly dead
I knelt down beside him and I listened
Just to hear the words
on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him on my door
In the evening when the sun goes down
When there is
if I call him on the telephone 
And tell him that I'm all alone 
By the time I count from one to four 
I hear him [KNOCK-KNOCK-KNOCK-KNOCK] on my
and tell you of my dreaming
Dreaming is free
I don't want to live on charity
Pleasure's real or is it fantasy?
Reel to reel is living rarity
People stop
I found him by the railroad track this morning
I could see that he was nearly dead
I knelt down beside him and I listened
Just to hear the words
on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him on my door
In the evening when the sun goes down
When there is
to the Father, but by Him

Long ago when He knew you'd be out on a limb
He gave His life for you, can't you live yours for Him?
He's the Almighty rock and you
I found him by the railroad track this morning
I could see that he was nearly dead
I knelt down beside him and I listened
Just to hear the words
sorry
Everybody's talkin' my baby down
And all my friends doubt him
Tell me I should live without him
Everybody's talkin' my baby down

He's not
on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him on my door
In the evening when the sun goes down
When there is
to the Father, but by Him

Long ago when He knew you'd be out on a limb
He gave His life for you, can't you live yours for Him?
He's the Almighty rock and you
know,
Hallelujah, I just love him (her) so.

Now if I call him (her) on the telephone,
And tell him (her) that I'm all alone,
By the time I count
If you don't get in the water you're never gonna learn to swim
He said a snake is just as scared of you as you are of him
He could tell by the moon
on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear (knock, knock, knock) on my door

Every evening when the sun goes
I saw the morning it was shattered by a gun
Heard a scream, saw him fall, no one cried
I saw a mother, she was praying for her son
Bring him back,
I found him by the railroad track this morning
I could see that he was nearly dead
I knelt down beside him and I listened
Just to hear the words