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lyrics

I've Got Something To Say

I've got something to say
I've got something to say

You tell me, what you want
You tell me, what you need
But you never listen to me, to me

We talk and talk but you never hear
You don't see me 'cause you're elsewhere
Don't know if I can take anymore, anymore

I've got something to say
I've got something to say

Listen to me, I need you too
I'm sick and tired, if you only knew
I'm so close to being through with you

Tell me why I should stay
Tell me now, or I'll be on my way
Your time is up, you better go, better go

I've got something to say
I've got something to say
I've got something to say
I've got something to say

©Scott Leslie 2019

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from Friends, Gods and Propaganda, released January 3, 2019
Scott Leslie: Composed music & lyrics, played guitar
Dave Scott: Vocals, lead guitar, recording engineer
Brian Cunningham: Drums
Peter George: Bass guitar

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Scott Leslie Vero Beach, Florida

I’m a self-taught guitarist/songwriter and my influences are from the amazing music of the 60’s and 70's. In the late 60’s/early 70’s I had the good fortune to be a part-time roadie working the DC area, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York for a number of bands. They included; The Jeff Beck Group, Ten Years After, The Doors, The Who, ELP and many others. So I had some interesting influences. ... more

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