Hard Times

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  • Feeling low
    Going down slow
    Make you quake
    Make a body shake
    Trying to hold you down
    They can't push you around
    They try to hold you back
    Getting on the right track

    Hard times
    Blue and sad
    Don't you cross the line
    Run, run make it fun
    Freeing up the time

    Hidey plumping
    Feet are jumping
    This heart a loving
    Keeps me running
    They try to hold you down
    But they can't push you around
    Trying to hold you back
    Getting on the right track

    Hard times
    Blue and sad
    Don't you cross the line
    Run, run make it fun
    Freeing up the time
    Hard times
    Get on top
    Follow me down the line
    Hard times
    Get online
    Make a grown man blind

    Hard times, these hard times
    Sure ain't been good to me
    Hard times, hard times
    Sure been misery

    Hard times
    Blue and sad
    Don't you cross the line
    Run, run make it fun
    Freeing up the time
    Hard times
    Get on time
    Follow me down the line
    Hard times
    Get online
    Make a grown man blindWriter/s: MALCOM MITCHELL, ANGUS MCKINNON YOUNG
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC, J. ALBERT & SON(INTERNATIONAL) PTY. LTD.
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