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I'm Alive (Rick & The Romans) video
#1917: YouTube video by oldirishladdie
©2011 ~ Used with permission ~

Did you ever meet a man with no heart?
Baby, that was me;
Just a lonely, lonely man with no heart,
Until he set you free.

Now I can breathe, I can see, I can tell, I can feel,
I can taste all the sugar sweetness in your kiss;
You gave me all the things I've ever missed,
I've never felt like this.
I'm alive, I'm alive, I'm alive.

Well, I used to think that I was willin',
Baby, I was strong;
No, I never knew the meaning of livin',
Until you came along.

Now I can breathe, I can see, I can tell, I can feel,
I can taste all the sugar sweetness in your kiss;
You gave me all the things I've ever missed,
I've never felt like this.
I'm alive, I'm alive, I'm alive.

Now I can breathe, I can see, I can tell, I can feel,
I can taste all the sugar sweetness in your kiss;
You gave me all the things I've ever missed,
I've never felt like this.
I'm alive, I'm alive, I'm alive,
[fading] I'm alive, I'm alive, I'm alive.

####.... Clint Ballard, Jr [1931-2008] American songwriter and composer of musicals from Denton, Texas ....####
Clint Ballard, Jr wrote this song for The Hollies on Parlophone Records (UK) and Odeon Records (UK). It became number one in the United Kingdom Singles Chart in 1965. Ballard is also credited with more than 100 other songs from 1957 until his death, including his 1974 adaptation for the musical stage of William Inge's 1950 play Come Back Little Sheba. His 1957 song, Hey, Little Baby, was recorded by band leader Mitch Miller and became the theme of the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels, Belgium.

This variant was recorded by Rick & The Romans in Conception Bay, NL, on a 45 rpm single backed with the song, Greenfields, 1967, Independent.



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