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8 thoughts on “ Turn Out The Light

  1. Othello says “Put out the light, then put out the light” to himself in the form of an imperative sentence. The stage / room is dark. He commands himself to do this while bending over and kissing a.
  2. Turn out the light Turn out the light Tell me a story Does it feel right We all hate our own lives Baby baby baby baby ba ba ba yeah Baby baby baby baby ba ba ba yeah.
  3. Nov 04,  · Turn Out the Light Lyrics: I've got a clear mind and a guilty conscious / I don't, I don't hesitate / Blaze up, little skeleton inside my closet / Gotta, I got to demonstrate / There must be.
  4. Turn out the light And love me tonight. [Instrumental] Now don't you worry We're all alone now Let your hair down Sit by my side Turn off the T.V. Put on some music Pull down the shade Turn out the light And love me tonight Don't think about tomorrow It don't matter any more We can turn the key And lock the world outside the door. I need you so now.
  5. But honey don't turn out the light 'Cause I think I'm in the mood for love tonight. The night is cool beneath the stars I'm ridin' home in John's old car Got my head out in the wind here I am drunk up again But honey don't turn out the light 'Cause I think I'm in the mood for love tonight. Me and John in a pickup truck a bottle of gin and a.
  6. (Turn Out The Light And) Love Me Tonight By Don Williams D G I´ve been lonesome and I´ve been empty D A I got an achin´, way down inside D G I need someone, someone to hold me D A Pull down the shade, turn out the light D And love me tonight Chorus: A G Don´t think about tomorrow D It don´t matter any more A G We can turn the key D A And lock the world outside the door D I need you so .
  7. Mar 15,  · “Turn off” and “turn out” are both perfectly ok; one phrase or the other might be preferred in some places by some people. Bear in mind though that they are only interchangeable when talking about certain things: the lights, for example, as you have said.
  8. Oct 13,  · About “Turn Out the Lights” This song is about dealing with problems on your own, but realising that when it comes down to it you only have yourself to rely on.

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