Let Him Run

Album: Midnight Madness (1983)
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  • Strap on your safety belt
    Blazing in the sky
    Thinking of nothing
    No disguise
    What happened to the one
    The one you thought you knew
    Did he just take away
    What is missing in you

    Let him run
    Till he sees what he has done
    Let him go on
    Having all his fun
    Mm let him run

    Take off your rocket shoes
    And the straps from your wings
    Wishing for miracles
    Hear the young boys sing
    What will you say to him
    When he's back at your door
    Got no time for users
    I don't need you anymore

    Let him run
    Till he sees what he has done
    Let him go on
    Having all his fun
    Let him cry
    See the tears fall from his eyes
    Let him run
    Run run run run run Writer/s: JACK BLADES, JEFF WATSON, KELLY KEAGY
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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