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SHE SHOT A HOLE IN MY SOUL
The Box Tops


Whoa'
Whoa'

She shot a hole in my soul
I'm walking all over town, calling her name and trying to find her
She shot a hole in my soul
I'm walking all over town, knocking and beating on every door

Some pity me, and people start to cry
One man said he'd help me but I think he done said goodbye
But I've got to keep on trying, 'though I'm going crazy, about to lose my mind
Oh, I've got to keep on trying, 'though I'm going crazy, about to lose my mind

My heart said without a love you're dying
Baby, baby, baby, say, can't you hear me crying?
Say, whoa'
Whoa'

Help me, somebody
Yeah' yeah'

(instrumental break)

I'm walking through a club, jump up and grab the microphone
And asked the man who's leading the band to let me sing my song
My heart said without a love you're dying
Say, baby, baby, baby, now, can't you hear me crying?

Say, whoa'
Say, whoa'

(repeat verse 1)

She shot a hole in my soul
She shot a hole in my soul
Whoa-oh' Oh yeah...
She shot a hole in my soul
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah'
She shot a hole in my soul, yeah'
She shot a hole in my soul


THE BOX TOPS

The Box Tops were an American band of the 60s that combined soul and rock music into a popular sound epitomized by their famous single "The Letter". The band was fronted by teenaged singer Alex Chilton, and for their studio recordings after "The Letter", consisted solely of Chilton and Memphis studio musicians. For live performances, Chilton was joined by Tom Boggs (drums), Rick Allen (bass), Gary Talley (guitar), and Bill Cunningham (organ). A popular original member before their first hit was Larry Spillman (drums). ... Read More