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“Donna Summer – Can’t We Just Sit Down – (Ballad)” 

17 Apr





Can’t We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over)” is a song by American singer Donna Summer from her album I Remember Yesterday. Though famous for her disco work at the time, this song is a ballad and was released as a single in certain countries in 1977.[1] However, the B-side, “I Feel Love” caused such a stir that it was replaced as the A-side and became a landmark song in disco. Still, this song made it to #20 on the R&B chart, the first time one of her singles had done so since “Love to Love You Baby”.

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LYRICS

Cold and lonely night, you don’t have to leave at all

A car rolls up outside on time, a moment from your call

And handshake seems more fitting than a kiss

Such a shame that you and I should have to end like this

Can’t we just sit down and talk it over

Surely you can ask the better way

Strange that you’re the one so set on leaving

And I’m the one who said last night that it was all too lCan

Can’t we just sit down and talk it over

Who knows, maybe in a little while

We’ll forget our pride, and the things we said last night

And maybe you and I can talk it out

Tonight stay somewhere warm, they say it’s gonna freeze

You may not find a place at all, so be sure and take your keys

I can almost taste the silence now

Does it really matter still

Who was wrong, who let who down

Can’t we just sit down and talk it over

Who knows, maybe in a little while

We’ll forget our pride, and the things we said last night

And maybe you and I can talk it out

Hold on, hold on

Surely you and I can talk it out

Hold on, hold on

Surely you and I can make it right

Hold on, hold on, yeah

Can’t we just sit down and talk it over

Hold on, hold on

Hold on, hold on



 
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