Album: Who Built The Moon? (2017)
  • Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey

    Hey
    Keep on holding out
    Holding on

    Hey
    Keep on holding out
    Holding on

    Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey (hey)
    Keep on holding out
    Holding on

    Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey (hey)
    Keep on holding out
    Holding on

    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together
    You gotta get yourself together

    Keep on holding out, holding on
    Keep on holding out, holding on

    Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey (hey)
    Keep on holding out, holding on

    Hey hey hey
    Hey hey hey (hey)
    Keep on holding out, holding on

    Keep on holding out, holding on

    Keep on holding out, holding on Writer/s: NOEL GALLAGHER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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