"So Right So Wrong" as written by Martin Christopher Belmont, Paul Melvyn Carrack, James Peter Eller, Bobby Irwin and Nicholas Orain Lowe....
I was walking down the street
With a lot of not much to do
Wondering only if it was gonna rain
When this guy came into view
For a moment I looked crazy
And at first I couldn't work out why
Then something made me turn back the hands of time
To a careless past goodbye

Say you will change your mind
Don't be cruel
I'll be kind
You're so right
You're so wrong
So tough
So right
So wrong
You're so good

When he walked up
Me I stood there
With this picture in my mind
It was a flash like an old photograph
I keep with me all the time
Fished for silver in my pocket
Then I ran for the telephone
I dialed the number of all the reasons
Why you should button up and come on home

Say you will change your mind
Don't be cruel
I'll be kind
You're so right
You're so wrong
You're so tough
So right
So wrong
You're so good

Say you will change your mind
Don't be cruel
I'll be kind
You're so right
We're so wrong
You're so tough
So right
So wrong
You're so good
So right
So wrong
We're so tough
And so strong


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"So Right, So Wrong" as written by James Peter Eller Bobby Irwin

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