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Sinead O'connor – Hold On lyrics

Song by the band Max from their album Silence Running

Away from the snow
Runaway horses
In place of the dawn
Some new shape is breaking.
Jets to the western
Tracks to the eastern
Over the wasteland 24:7

Hold on
Hold on
At the first turn of the second block
Hold on

I would never throw
Love out the window
Well that's how it is yeah yeah
I tell you the story
Of loves we seen twice
I be looking out for you yeah yeah

Won't ya hold on
Hold on
At the first turn of the second block
Go there
Hold on
At the first turn of the second block
Won't you hold on

And one live as two
And two live as three
It's a black and in blue
Kind of a thing love
I've seen you right there
Rain in your hair
I seen you right there
I was calling calling
Over this place
Can't you see me falling

Hold on
Hold on
At the first turn of the second block
Won't you
Hold on

At the last turn at the very last turn
Won't you
Hold on

Sinead's backing lyrics;
Away, away, away from the snow,
Away from the snow
There's something drowning
24:7 you took your believe
Runner on the shadows is waiting for me

Somebody might not waiting to the last turn around
.....................comes around
Where you to go
In the meantime show me what you're given though

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