Keep on Movin'

Album: Club Classics - Volume 1 (1989)
Charted: 5 11
  • Moving on
    It's our time
    Stay in my life
    Oh oh why, do they choose to leave
    This way
    Oh oh yes
    Keep on movin'

    It's our time, time today
    The right time is here to stay
    Stay in my life, my life always
    Yellow is the color of sun rays

    I hide myself from no one
    I know the time will surely come when
    You'll be in my life, my life always
    Yellow is the color of sun rays

    (Keep on moving) don't stop
    Keep on moving, don't stop no (Like the hands of time)
    Keep on moving (click clock)
    (Find your own way to stay) keep on moving
    The time will come one day

    keep on moving
    Keep on moving, don't stop, no
    Keep on moving
    Keep on moving, don't stop, no
    Keep on moving

    I know the time, time today
    Walking alone in my own way
    Extremely cold and rainy day
    Friends and I have fun along the way
    Yes we do, yeah
    I hide myself from no one
    I know the time will really come when
    You'll be in my life, my life always
    Yellow is the color of sunrays

    (Keep on moving) don't stop
    Keep on moving, don't stop no (Like the hands of time)
    Keep on moving (click clock)
    (Find your own way to stay) keep on moving
    The time will come one day

    Keep on moving
    Keep on moving, don't stop, no
    Keep on moving Writer/s: Beresford Romeo
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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