"The Hard One" as written by Richard Greentree, Robin Jones, John Maclean, Stephen Mason and James Richard Steinman....
Listen to me when I go outside
I get an opposite reaction in my mind
?looks up and my eyes look down
Nothing ever changes from a darker frown
Pulse starts jumping feet won't move
Seventy quid for these new shoes
Heartbeat pumping move the floor
Head is banging on a darkened door

Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love
Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love
Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love
Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love, in love

I only do a simple thing
People around me run ????
Left a wire to fool the key
Pass a little loving to help me move the lid
Pressing all the buttons for the wrong way round
? sticking on a darkened frown
In and out of this and that
The button man chewing fat
I just can't seem to keep it up
The pressure of a house with a holy ghost
The pressure of a house with a holy ghost
Out house pressure ensure the most
Hour class pressure ensure the most

Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love
Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love
Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love
Once upon a time I was falling apart, now I'm always falling in love


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"The Hard One" as written by John Maclean James Richard Steinman

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