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Can Somebody Hear Me Now Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers Written by David Bellamy
G I have called out to the Hero flying higher than the clouds Am I have screamed and asked forgiveness D7 Running through the savage crowd G C I would walk the road to heaven but I know I'm not allowed G D7 G Am D7 And I wonder can somebody hear me now
G I have squandered all my promises on the sins that man has made Am D7 I have pleaded with my elders not to be dismayed G C I won't ask the raging river not to drown me thy way G D7 G Am D7 And I wonder can somebody hear me now
G I have seen the sun shine through the clouds fall upon my faith Am D7 I have called out to my neighbor never heard a trace G C And everything I've said here I end up in disgrace G D7 G Yet I wonder can somebody hear me now
C D7 Em Can somebody hear the words I'm saying C D7 G Don't somebody know the way I feel C D7 Em Driven to my knees I come here praying G C D7 Let somebody stop and show me what is real
G I have called out to the hero flying higher than the clouds Am I have screamed and asked forgiveness D7 Running through the savage crowd G C I would walk the road to heaven but I know I'm not allowed G D7 G C And I wonder can somebody hear me now
G D7 C G Lord I wonder can somebody hear me now
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