Who Sang Listen to Me? The Hollies

Release information
Release Date: 1968-10
Lyrics

Listen to me I'll sing a song to change your mind

Have you ever wondered why
Whenever thing goes wrong
Nobody stops to lend a hand
Nobody seems to care
When she looks you in the eye
And suddenly you're strong
And very soon you realize
That you didn't care about love

Listen to me I'll sing a song to change your mind
Your ears are deaf, your mouth is dumb, your eyes are blind
Listen to me and very soon I think you'll find
Somebody wants to help you, somebody seems to care
And very soon you've forgotten that you didn't care about love

Does it hurt to realize
You've been acting very strange
Refusing to take the love she gives
Pretending you don't care
Did it take you by surprise
To discover how you'd changed
How you forgot to remember
That you didn't care about love

Listen to me I'll sing a song to change your mind
Your ears are deaf, your mouth is dumb, your eyes are blind
Listen to me and very soon I think you'll find
Somebody wants to help you, somebody seems to care
And very soon you've forgotten
That you didn't care about love

Listen to me I'll sing a song to change your mind
Your ears are deaf, your mouth is dumb, your eyes are blind
Listen to me and very soon I think you'll find
Somebody wants to help you, somebody seems to care
And very soon you've forgotten
That you didn't care about love
You didn't care about love
You didn't care about
You didn't care about
You didn't care about love


Tracklist
7" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Listen to Me
  • 2 Do the Best You Can

  • Release information
    label: Parlophone
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 7" Vinyl
    script: Latin