Suzie Hold On

Album: Wheels Of Steel (1980)
  • I wish I had a fortune
    I'd take the pain away
    We could be together
    That's how we need to stay
    'Cause you can change the world
    The world in which you live in, live in
    Suzie hold on

    Do everything you believe to be right
    Doing it all the time
    Fighting the fight you believe to be right
    Doing it all the time

    When we were far apart
    No one could be closer
    Please don't take your life
    'Cause that would break my heart
    Try to stop your crying
    We both know you're dying, dying
    Suzie hold on

    Do everything you believe to be right
    Doing it all the time
    Fighting the fight you believe to be right
    Doing it all the time

    I wish I had a fortune
    I'd take your pain away
    We could be together
    That's how we need to stay
    'Cause you can change the world
    The world in which we live in, live in
    Suzie hold on

    Don't you know that you can change the world
    Don't you know that you can change the world
    Change the world, you can change the world
    Suzie you can change the world

    I can't stop you crying
    Even though you're dying Writer/s: GRAHAM OLIVER, PAUL QUINN, PETER FRANCIS GILL, PETERY ROONEY BYFORD, STEPHEN DAWSON
    Publisher: CARLIN AMERICA INC
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