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Substitute
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Sam
You've been waiting much to long
Now it looks like she's not coming home.
Sam

You've been loyal
True and faithful
All this time with being alone.
If I could get that same dedication
I'd give you everything in creation
If she doesn't come back

[Chorus]
If she doesn't come back
I'll be your substitute
Whenever you want me
Don't you know I'll be your substitute
Whenever you need me

Sam every day you waited for her
I've been waiting here for you.
Sam
All this time I've been lonely

I know what you've been going through
I'll wait until ain't chances will come
'Cause you can't keep playing on her
If she doesn't come back.

[Chorus]

Each day by your window you sit and sigh hoping to see her face.
Ay
You might as well forget about her and find someone to take
Her place.

[Chorus]

Don't you know I'll be your substitute...

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: WILLIE HARRY WILSON

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Chris Montignani

This takes me back to a time when life was so uncomplicated with great music and not a care in the world. I’m now 62 and the 1970’s for me was possibly the very best of times. Hello from Scotland.

Clive Britton

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Julian Bowden

2 years later ! Hello from Wales! Still loving this , ❤️

pat scanlan

100%.

Ursula Schlapbach

Like their pants too!

Ursula Schlapbach

Hello from switzerland. I am 57 and still love them!

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slimshine918

I understand why this song was big hit. It's simply irresistible. It gets a hold of the listener, and half way through you're completely into it, hooked on it like a drug. The climax is uplifting when she sings "find someone to take her place" puts it over the top. Very well produced and executed. The quintessential 1970s top 40 rocker... and it still does the trick!

Johnny Fortube

Your hole

PaulC

This was one of my favourites. I can play it over and over without it getting boring.

Treble King

@johno4521 No it's not. It was released by the Righteous Brothers in 1975.

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