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"Hey, Hey" is a song from Sawyer Brown's 1989 album, The Boys are Back. It is written by Jennifer Kimball and Ed Arkin.

Boys are Back

LyricsEdit

Girl you make me dizzy
The wiggle in your walk
I can’t understand
The funny way you talk

All I know is that I love you
Pretty little miss
I’m not even sure you
Really care that I exist

I don’t think I’m getting through to you
Why am I acting like a kid in school, hey hey
Trying to be noticed, feeling like a fool
Sorry that I met you
I’m in love with you, hey hey

Well if I had a nickel
For each and every time
You stopped to think about me
I’d only have a dime

Still you got me hopin’
That some day you’ll wake up
And see that you were meant to be
My little buttercup

I don’t think I’m getting through to you
Why am I acting like a kid in school, hey hey
Trying to be noticed, feeling like a fool
Sorry that I met you
I’m in love with you, hey hey

Why don’t you come to daddy
Why don’t you be a good girl
You know I love you madly
I want you mine till the end of time

I don’t think I’m getting through to you
Why am I acting like a kid in school, hey hey
Trying to be noticed, feeling like a fool
Sorry that I met you I’m in love with you
So sorry that I met you
I’m in love with you, hey hey

AlbumsEdit

"Hey, Hey" appears on one Sawyer Brown album:

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