Helen Reddy - I Can't Hear You No More Lyrics




Here you are again
Tell me you're sorry baby
Tell me you wanna come back home
Where you belong
There you go again
Lyin and alibi'ing
Singin that same old worn out song
Here it comes now
I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before
You ain't reachin me no how, no way
No time till noon today
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more
You walked out on me
Once too often baby
And I can't take no more of your jive
And that's the truth
I ain't about to let you
Rub me in the ground
I'm not gonna throw away my youth
Not for any man
I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before
You ain't reachin me no how, no way
No time until noon today
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more
I can't hear you no more
I've heard it all before





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  1. Sergio Rivera

    Helen Reddy
    "I Can't Hear No More"
    1976.

  2. Aretha White

    I love this song!! And Helen Reddy's voice is so awesome in this song!! 👍👍👍👏👏👏👏👏 I love to sing along with this jam!! Takes me back to the Disco era, no doubt about it!!! Love you Helen Reddy😉👍💯 percent cool!! Thanks for the memories of the 70's👍👍👍. From Aretha White from Bunn NC!! Peace out y'all!!!

  3. Saul Barbosa

    such a unique and beautiful voice amongst the great females of the 70's. helen reddy "i can hear you no more" from music's best year eva '76....lil bro

  4. frankie hunter

    Unusual song from the great Carole King. Even she was influenced by the disco craze of the seventies.

    ricmarc

    WRONG! this song was written in 1964.  this is the version that actually became a top 40 hit.

    frankie hunter

    Thank you for correcting me. I checked about the song and found out that it was first released by Betty Everett in 1964. It was covered soon by Dusty Springfield and Lulu and Carole King included the song on her 1970 album "Writer". All the versions can be found here on YouTube. Of all the versions I prefer the original by Betty Everett which is very soulful.