Songs of the RICK SPRINGFIELD

The American Girl – Rick Springfield

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The American Girl She’s got the passion in her eyes She’s got the blush on her cheeks, The American Girl I love to watch her move, her body sways

The Ballad Of Annie Goodbody – Rick Springfield

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To see a show But the music that played Was too slow And I knew If I was going to make any ground IЎЇd have to get some place

The Photograph – Rick Springfield

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She lifts from the drawer, the photograph Though tattered and torn, through years it has worn, But still bears the form of the man she knew Her eyes are

Dance This World Away – Rick Springfield

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Busy bowing to the priests of noise Turn it up and make it drown out the warning Bad news for the girls and boys Everybody looks so romantic Acting

Tiger By The Tail – Rick Springfield

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You looked so small and frail I didn’t know what to do I grabbed the Tiger By The Tail I grabbed the Tiger By The Tail I grabbed the

Dream In Colour – Rick Springfield

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You’re praying and you’re saying (that you do believe, but I don’t believe that’s true) Everything has always been there Nothing goes away that won’t come back You’re living

Inside Silvia – Rick Springfield

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And it’s much too late for friends to come calling I disconnect the phone And I put on the radio and I take her and I talk real low

Itsalwayssomething – Rick Springfield

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Yeah, I’ve got the heart of a Joan of Arc but the soul of a gigolo I’ve been good at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory Anytime I

It’s About Time – Rick Springfield

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You got to feeling this way Do you remember the first time That you felt the way you feel today You ought to know if you love her completely

I’ve Done Everything For You – Rick Springfield

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It’s all give and take and you just take I can’t take it you see Well, I’m givin’ up on love this time Me and my friends, we’ll do