When Things Go Wrong

Album: Robin Lane & The Chartbusters (1980)
Charted: 87
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  • When things go wrong
    Don't walk away
    That will only make it harder
    Why you want to run away
    That won't get you any farther

    I don't know how to do
    Any more for you
    You say I don't love you enough

    Ooo, Eee, I
    You hardly satisfy
    Well I know you're needing so much

    Your deep emotions, inside yourself
    They're hard to face but you must try
    You had your feelings for the one you love
    You got me wondering why

    I don't know how to do
    Any more for you
    You say I don't love you enough

    Ooo, Eee, I
    You hardly satisfy
    Well I know you're needing so much

    I don't know how to do
    Any more for you
    You say I don't love you enough

    Ooo, Eee, I
    You hardly satisfy
    Well I know you're needing so much

    I don't know how to do
    Any more for you
    How can I satisfy?
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