Richie Milton
TIP OF MY TONGUE
By: Richie Milton
Catalog ID: 364359   Duration: 3:11   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 106   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Rock Music | 1950's Rock
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yakety-yak rock'n'roll sax riff with bouncy female vocals make this track ideal for a comedy chase scene. Has a strong Ruth Brown 50's rhythm and blues feel to it perfect for club or hi-school dance scenes of that era.   Keywords: Fifties Rock'n'Roll Female-Vocals Bouncy Chase dance Lieber Stoller hop R+B



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Lyrics:
 TIP OF MY TONGUE

On the tip of my tongue
There were three little words
Those three little words
On the tip of my tongue

Then I saw you with her
And I forgot every word
Those three little words
Would never be heard

They could have been, “Let’s get married”
They could have been, “I love you”
But you’ll never know, oh no no no
You went and found somebody new

On the tip of my tongue
With my eyes open wide
Now my lips are sealed
And my love for you has died

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