Please Please

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"Please Please"
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Song by American Music Club from the album Peace On Earth: A Charity Holiday Album
Released November 15, 2007
Format Download
Label Hard To Find A Friend
Writer(s) Mark Eitzel
Peace On Earth: A Charity Holiday Album track listing
  1. "Shepherd's Song" - Prayers & Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers
  2. "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - Quiet Company
  3. "Gonna Make It Through This Year" - Great Lake Swimmers
  4. "The Wheels Are Off" - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin / Sweetwater Abilene
  5. "Coventry Carol" - Chris Walla
  6. "In The Bleak Midwinter" - David Karsten Daniels
  7. "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" - Casiotone For The Painfully Alone
  8. "Through The Snow" - The Winston Jazz Routine
  9. "My Boo" - Via Audio
  10. "Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes)" - The Long Winters
  11. "Drop The Bomb" - TW Walsh
  12. "American Christians" - Ohtis
  13. "End Of The Year" - Aaron Robinson
  14. "White Christmas" - The Cotton Jones Basket Ride (Michael Nau of Page France)
  15. "Please Please" - American Music Club
  16. "Merry Christmas (You Won't Get What You Want)" - Johnny Bertram
  17. "Christmas Time Is Here" - Rosie Thomas
  18. "This Is Christmas" - Sleeptalker

"Please Please" is a song by American Music Club, appearing on the Peace On Earth holiday charity album in 2007. The album, available via download only, was a benefit for Toys For Tots, brought together by Caleb Palma of the Hard To Find A Friend blog.

Lyrics

A string of lights that you held up to show heaven, "yes, it's true"
There's a finger pointing down the road that's drawing you

Please please don't tell me you're alone
Please please don't tell me you're alone

Have to keep your secrets because people they just can't deal
Everyone is better at hiding than being what they feel

Please please don't tell me you're alone
Please please don't tell me you're alone

You wear your shame with pride and live inside a mirrorball
Made from a joy you can't handle though it's the birthright of us all

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