Somebody To Love

Words & Music:

Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)


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When the truth is found to be lies.

And all the joy within you dies.



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Don't you want somebody to love?

Don't you need somebody to love?

Wouldn't you love somebody to love?

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You better find somebody to love.


When the garden's flowers, baby, are dead.

Yes, and your mind, your mind is so full of red.




Your eyes, I say your eyes may look like his.

Yeah, but in your head, baby, I'm afraid you don't know where it is.




Tears are running, they're all running down your breast.

And your friends, baby, they treat you like a guest.




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