Don't Go

Album: Upstairs at Eric's (1982)
Charted: 3
  • Came in from the city walked into the door
    I turned around when I heard the sound of footsteps on the floor
    Love just like addiction now I'm hooked on you
    I need some time to get it right
    Your love gonna see me through

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Baby make your mind up give me what you got
    Fix me with your lovin' shut the door and turn the lock
    Hey go get the doctor, doctor came too late
    Another night I feel alright my love for you can't wait

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Came in from the city walked into the door
    I turned around when I heard the sound of footsteps on the floor
    Said he was a killer, now I know it's true I'm dead when you walkout the door
    Hey babe I'm hooked on you

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Can't stop now
    Don't you know I ain't never gonna let you go
    Don't go

    Don't go, don't go, don't goWriter/s: ALAN WHITE, CHRIS SQUIRE, JON ANDERSON, STEVE JAMES HOWE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, CARLIN AMERICA INC
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