Get A Grip

Album: All About Chemistry (2001)
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  • Lonely boys and you lonely girls
    Here at the end of the lonely world
    You're finding out
    If there's someone to cry about

    Lonely girls and you lonely boys
    Playing alone with your lonely toys
    Well don't be blue
    If there's no one to play with you

    Get a grip on yourself you know you should
    I got a grip on myself and it feels good
    Get a grip on yourself take my advice
    I got a grip on myself and it feels nice

    When the lights come on and the party's through
    There are always a few with nobody to do
    Well now don't despair
    You'll eventually get there

    And meanwhile all of you lonely ones
    Here's what to do while you wait for the sun
    To rise above
    The loneliest kind of love

    Get a grip on yourself you know you should
    I got a grip on myself and it feels good
    Get a grip on yourself take my advice
    I got a grip on myself and it feels nice

    And it feels nice
    And it feels nice 4x

    If you're looking for someone to get a grip on you
    First you gotta get a grip on yourself it's true Writer/s: DAN WILSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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