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Peter Frampton - Show Me The Way

I wonder how your feeling
There's ringing in my ears
And no one to relate to 'cept the sea
Who can I believe in?
I'm kneeling on the floor
There has to be a force
Who do I call?
The stars are out and shinning but all I really want to know, "Oh, won't you show me the way, everyday?"
I want you, show me the way, yeah

Well, I can see no reason, you living on your nerves when someone drops a cup and I submerge
I'm swimming in a circle
I feel I'm going down
There has to be a fool to play my part
Well someone thought of healing but all I really want to know, "Oh, won't you show me the way, everyday?"
I want you, show me the way
I want you, day after day

I wonder if I'm dreaming?
I feel so unashamed
I can't believe this is happening to me
I watch you when you're sleeping and then I wanna take your love
Oh, won't you show me the way, everyday?
I want you, show me the way (One more time)
I want you, day after day
Hey, I want you, day after day, hey

I want you, show me the way, everyday
I want you, show me the way, night and day
I want you, day after day, hey, ooh

"Show Me the Way" is a song written by British-born rock musician Peter Frampton and originally released on his 1975 album "Frampton" and as a single. It gained its highest popularity as a song from his 1976 live album Frampton Comes Alive! The song reached number 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 10 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming his biggest hit until "I'm in You" in 1977. The song was one of Frampton's earliest to feature the talk box effect, which would become one of his signature sounds. According to the Show Me The Way Songfacts, Frampton's talkbox was a device hooked up to his guitar that allowed him to create amplified, distorted vocal sounds with his mouth. The talkbox effect was a huge hit. Many musicians responded by buying one or trying to make their own. More than a few young people lost some tooth cavities when they created faulty talkboxes and sent electric current into their mouths.

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