Fight Or Flight

Album: Keep the Village Alive (2015)
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  • Run run gotta hide away
    Run run gotta get away
    Run run gotta find a way
    Run run gotta drive away
    Run run find a hideway
    Run run gotta get away
    Today today today
    Today today today

    Fight or flight (run run gotta get away)
    Fight or flight

    Run run got another day
    Run run gonna ride away
    Run run got a mind to make
    Run run I'm alive today
    Run run find a hideway
    Run run gotta get away today today today
    Today today today

    Fight or flight (run run gotta get away)
    Fight or flight

    Fight or flight
    Fight or flight

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free

    To get what you want to get what you need
    You gotta let go so you can be free Writer/s: KELLY JONES
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, SENTRIC MUSIC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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