Songs of the PHIL VASSAR

Workin For A Livin’ – Phil Vassar

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(Chris Hayes/Huey Lewis) Somedays won’t end ever and somedays pass on by, I’ll be working here forever, at least until I die. Dammed if you do, dammed if you

Gone by Dawn – Phil Vassar

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But don’t take it personal if I’m not broken-hearted I’ve had enough, I’ll sleep you off Your memory ain’t so tough Right now I’m hurtin But one thing’s for

Stand Still – Phil Vassar

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To feel the sunlight on my skin But in the heat I’d start to hunger For that autumn chill again I always spent my time anticipating Things to come

I’ll Take That As A Yes (The Hot Tub Song) – Phil Vassar

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Candlelight on porcelain set tables and that’s fine, I’ll go out of my way for you anytime that’s right baby the fire’s warm so you take off your sweater

Didn’t You Know She’s Gone – Phil Vassar

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Said the cloud to the sun, “;Today’s no time to shine”; Didn’t you know she’s gone Said the rain to the moon, “;You’re not needed tonight”; Didn’t you know

Bye Bye – Phil Vassar

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Maybe I read you wrong thinkin’ I could be your Mr. Right I was puttin’ my heart and soul on the line Said you needed some time, just a

Athens Grease – Phil Vassar

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Georgia one twenty-nine Straight into Athens past the Clark County line There’s an old Texaco right across From the Athens Woolworth Billy Joe Taylor’s underneath that lift There ain’t

Amazing Grace – Phil Vassar

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I thought about a bedroom window, I thought about you and me. Talk about an endless summer, I’m still living it now. Burning in the heat of midnight, well

I Would – Phil Vassar

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If i could figure out the reason go back in time and change the season i would baby yes i would And I’d be the man you can’t live

Black and Whites – Phil Vassar

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So much confusion, so many shades of gray That sometimes I don’t know My left from my right But I’ve got these old black and whites Well, I’m every