Run

Album: Human (2021)
Charted: 90
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  • When I was a young boy living in the city
    All I did was run, run, run, run, run
    Staring at the lights, they look so pretty
    Momma said "Son, son, son, son, son
    You're gonna grow up, you're gonna get old
    All that glitters don't turn to gold
    But until then just have your fun
    Boy, run, run, run, run, run"

    Yeah, run, run, run

    Dicen que to' se puede perder
    Que lo que sube va a caer
    Ni eso me puede detener
    If I learned one lesson
    Count your blessings
    Look to the rising sun
    And run, run, run

    Run, run, run

    (It's Mariah, baby)
    Desde Puerto Rico, Cuba y Miami
    Reppin' los tre', tre', tre', tre'
    Todas la movidas que hice eran pa' mí
    Ya van a ver, ver, ver, ver, ver
    Esto no es suerte
    Es saberla jugar
    Calla' en la semana
    Y el fin a perrear
    Que lo disfruten gente junto a mí
    Que recién empieza la party, ey
    Que si la Republica lo pide
    Yo les doy el reggaetón
    But until then
    I'ma have fun
    Boy run, run, run, run, run

    Yeah, run, run, run

    Dicen que to' se puede perder
    Que lo que sube va a caer
    Ni eso me puede detener
    If I learned one lesson
    Count your blessings
    Look to the rising sun
    And run, run, run

    Run, run, run

    If I learned one lesson
    Count your blessings
    Look to the rising sun
    If I learned one lesson
    Count your blessings
    Look to the rising sun
    And run, run, run Writer/s: Brent Michael Kutzle, John Nathaniel, Ryan B Tedder, Tyler Spry
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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