Tower Of Strength

- Artist: Gene McDaniels as sung on "A Hundred Pounds Of Clay and Other Hits"
- EMI America Records 4XLL-9279
- peak Billboard position # 5 in 1961
- Words and Music by Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard

If I were a tower of strength, I'd walk away
I'd look in your eyes and here's what I'd say
"I don't want you, I don't need you, I don't love you any more"
And I'd walk out that door

You'd be down on your knees
You'd be calling to me-ee
But a tower of a-strength is a-something

I'll never be

If I were a tower of strength, I'd watch you cry
I'd laugh at your tears and tell you goodbye
"I don't want you, I don't need you, I don't love you any more"
And I'd walk out that door

You'd be down on your knees
You'd be calling to me-ee
But a tower of a-strength is a-something

I'll never be

"I don't want you, I don't a-need you, I don't love you any more"
And I'd walk out that door

You'd be down on your knees, ahh-huh
You'd be calling to me-ee-ee
But a tower of a-strength is a-something

I'll never be





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