Album: Too-Rye-Ay (1981)
Charted: 58
  • You've always been searching for something
    But everything seems so so-so
    Tightly close your eyes
    Hold out your hand
    We'll make a stand
    Forget their plans
    and their demands
    Plan B
    They're testing you - but don't worry
    Plan B
    This week I'm strong enough for two
    I'm coming
    I'm running
    I'm burning
    I wouldn't sell you anything
    It starts off just joking
    and then they stop talking to you
    and that's the worst thing of all
    The worst thing of all
    Whispers more than loud enough
    Try to make you feel not good enough
    Try this
    Don't believe your eyes
    Hold out your hand
    We'll make a stand
    Forget their plans
    and their demands
    Plan B
    Bill Withers was good to me
    Plan B
    Pretend I'm Bill and lean on me
    I'm coming
    I'm running
    I'm burning
    I wouldn't sell you anything
    Plan B
    Hold on to me
    Plan B
    No don't be nervous.
    Just trust in me
    I'm coming
    I'm running
    I'm burning
    I wouldn't sell you anything Writer/s: JAMES PATERSON, KEVIN ROWLAND
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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