I Think I Can Hear You
Words & Music:
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What must I do--?
How can I serve you?
Is it true what I do is the way to be near you?
I'm listening, though sometimes I can't hear you.
Looking around fills me with wonder
At the way you can keep this old world running smoothly.
Thinking of you always seems to soothe me.
I know you're probably not a man or a woman or a time or a
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But, I'm here and life is-- dear and I think that's a good
enough reason to say:
Just let me do what you put me here to.
Let me be what you want me to be and I hope it'll cheer you.
I'm listening and I think I can hear you.
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