Tell Me Something Lyrics. From Musical "The Wild Party"

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Tell Me Something Lyrics

by . From The Wild Party.

I know nothing about you
Where you live
Where you're from
What you do
Where you go.

Tell me something about you
Why you're here
What you want
Who you know
(spoken) Who are you?

I live uptown
I live alone
I came from Chicago two months ago.
I work at a club
Hold the door
Nothing more

Then I met Kate
And I met you
And what I wanted when I entered
Shouldn't be a big surprise

I wanted change
I wanted something to excite me
Wanted change
I wanted someone who would need me

Wanted softness and seduction
Passion and attention
Someone to believe in.

Then I looked into your eyes
Your heavenly eyes
And I knew
Wishes can come true
Now I believe in you.

Out of the blue
Out of the blue
You came and saved me
When I was running blind

I was a fool
I was afraid
And when I met you
I had other plans in mind.

But now, I hear it
Now I feel it
I feel it flowing inside me
Something growing inside me
Pushing me to it
Tell me

"Do it!"

Can this be what I've waited for?
Can this be what I've heard?
Something stirring is being said
But without a single word.

This is what I was born to do
So there's nothing to fear
Touch me now.
Touch me here!

(The love-making begins; this time as a real expression of love.
Queenie and Black move toward the bed.
The rest of the gang proceed to couple all over the apartment.)

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