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There I've Said It Again
Vaughn Monroe Lyrics

I love you, there's nothing to hide
It's better than burning inside
I love you, no use to pretend
There, I've said it again

I've said it, what more can I say
Believe me, there's no other way
I love you, I will to the end
There, I've said it again

I've tried to drum up
A phrase that would sum up
All that I feel for you
But what good are phrases
The thought that amazes
Is you love me, and it's heavenly

Forgive me for wanting you so
But one thing I want you to know
I've loved you since heaven knows when
There, I've said it again

[Musical interlude]

Forgive me for wanting you so
But one thing I want you to know
I've loved you since heaven knows when
There I go, there I've said it again

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Doug Auzene

Pushing 75...And STILL BETTER Than The Crap Passing for Music Today!


Great song. Vaughn sadly forgotten today by most

Humphrey Desmond

Not by me or my kids(hopefully my kids love it as I do)I was lucky enough to grow up in a house that loves memories and learning of what has come before you

Doug Auzene

Not By Me...NEVER!!!!




My mom had the radio on early in the day, back in the '40s, Vaughn's strong, mellow voice was heard often. Heard this song in my mind when I woke up this morning, great to hear it again.

Jeffrey Craven

I'm 62, Raised on every style of music, playing 1920's-40's 78s when I was 3 y/o. I'm sure I haven't heard everything I'd love. "There! I've said it again" is a recording on my 78 that sank deep in my heart 40+ years ago. My girl hears me trying to sound like Vaughn doing this song on special occasions, she'd rather have Paul McCartney. 'Sir Paul! Take my girlfriend please!' ...take off on an old Henny Youngman rountine. Jeff thinks with his heart and brain & says, "No, I think I'll keep her".

Frank May

I worked with Vaughn twenty years after he made this record and he still sounded great, and he was a friendly guy.

Stu Mas

How amazingly magical is this song?
Along with other 40s music, this is one of my all-time favs.

Billie Jo

Beautiful song. Especially those magical sounding bells in the beginning!

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