On The Run

Album: Start The Revolution Without Me (2012)
  • You can run again
    And all you've gotta do, is find the time
    Didn't it make you feel just fine
    When all the time you can
    You can make it every day, and you can run again

    I feel ten again
    And all I've gotta do is change my shoes
    Ruffle up my hair and wear a pair of 7-2's
    And I'll be there in minutes flat, and I'll feel 10 again

    All I want is one more go
    And you can take me to the next big show
    And you can tell me when it's time to go
    And you can
    Oohh

    You can win again
    All I gotta do is cross the line
    Didn't it make you feel just fine
    When all the time you can
    You can make it every day and you can win again

    All I want is one more go
    And you can take me to the next big show
    And you can tell me when it's time to go
    And you can
    Oohh

    And you can
    All I want is one more go
    And you can take me to the next big show
    And you can tell me when it's time to go
    And you can ooooh
    And you can ooooh
    And you can ooooh Writer/s: AARON GILBERT, NICKOLAS ASHFORD, ALLAN WAYNE FELDER, NORMAN RAY HARRIS, BUNNY SIGLER, VALERIE SIMPSON, SHARMA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, AUSTINTATIOUS TUNES
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