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Talkin' Like You
Connie Converse Lyrics


In between two tall mountains there's a place they call lonesome.
Don't see why they call it lonesome.
I'm never lonesome when I go there.
See that bird sitting on my windowsill - well he's saying whipoorwill all the night through.
See that brook running by my kitchen door - well it couldn't talk no more if it was you.
Up that tree there's sort of a squirrel thing.
Sounds just like we did when we were quarelling.
In the yard I keep a pig or two.
They drop in for dinner like you used to do.
I don't stand in the need of company with everything I see talking like you.
Up that tree there's sort of a squirrel thing.
Sounds just like we did when we were quarelling.
You may think you left me all alone, but I can hear you talk without a telephone.
I don't stand in the need of company with everything I see talking like you.
See that bird sitting on my windowsill.
Well, he's saying whipoorwill all the night through.
Just whipoorwill all the night through.
In between two tall maountains there's a place they call lonesome.
Don't see why they call it lonesome.
I'm never lonesome now I live there.

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