Emergency

Album: Demolition (1980)
  • Gotta make out things they said
    Spent too many nights getting out of my head
    They must be mad, must be blind
    Driving me crazy right out of my mind

    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency
    Oh no!
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency Emergency Emergency

    Can't seem to think, can't decide
    Times running out on the other side
    Where to run, what to do
    Better not hide so I can't find you

    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency
    Oh no!
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency (Emergency)
    Nine nine nine Emergency Emergency Emergency Writer/s: Anna Spencer, KATHRYN WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Royalty Network
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