Denny Carleton  & Randy Klawon | He Wants to Talk to You

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He Wants to Talk to You

by Denny Carleton & Randy Klawon

60's pop combines with Contemporary Christian: CS Lewis meets Ray Davies
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. He Wants to Talk to You
Denny Carleton & Randy Klawon
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Denny Carleton and Randy Klawon played in legenday Cleveland bands the Choir and Moses. Both share there music history and also their love for Jesus Christ. On this song which Denny wrote and plays acoustic guitar and sings, Randy plays all the other instruments, as well as arranging recording and producing in his home studio. To learn more check out

He Wants To Talk To You

Every single morning when you rise He wants to talk to you

Hear some truth instead of lies He wants to talk to you

When you're driving your car on your way to work He wants to talk to you

And You’re ready to scream at some speeding jerk He wants talk to you

He want to talk through the word and spirit So open up with ears to hear it

And don't be afraid to come near it He wants to talk to you

Your boss is okay but in one of those moods he wants to talk to you

And your having an affair with some really fast food s he wants to talk to you

Then your traveling to the grocery store You get off early from work it's a

quarter to four

20 years schooling and sweeping the floor he wants to talk to you

Later in the evening you come back home he wants to talk to you

You're living on the edge like a disconnected phone he wants to talk to you

He stands at the door and knocks He has the key to open what’s locked

Don’t put your trust in sand put your trust in the Rock He wants to talk to



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