"Do You Wanna Hold Me" as written by Leigh Gorman, Matthew Ashman, Dave Barbarossa and Annabella Lewin....
Children, I want to warn ya, 'cause I've been to California
Where Mickey Mouse is such a demon, where Mickey Mouse is as big as a house
Life is wasted on illusions, Tom and Jerry's my solution
Evil gangs will cut the demons, but I belong some real boy, look around
And I cry all night, do you want to hold me, hold me tight
Do you want to hold me, oh yeah, do you want to hold me, hold me there
Children, you got to hand me, you just got to understand me
Love and death ain't no physical thing
'cause making next ain't no one of 'em
And I cry all night, do you want to hold me, hold me tight
Do you want to hold me, oh yeah, do you want to hold me, hold me there
Do you want to
And I cry all night, do you want to hold me, hold me tight
Do you want to hold me, oh yeah, do you want to hold me, hold me there
And I cry all night, there ain't no more confusion in the night
There's someone there to tell me what is right
Do you want to hold me, hold me tight
And I cry all night, there's only one solution to this life
There's someone there to tell me what it's like
Do you want to hold me, oh yeah, do you want to hold me, oh yeah
Do you want to hold me, hold me there
Do you want to hold me, oh yeah
Do you want to hold me, oh yeah


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"Do You Wanna Hold Me" as written by Matthew James Ashman Malcolm Robert Andrew Mclaren

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General CommentI believe that " but I belong some real boy, look around" should say "Pinocchio's a real boy! Liberate him!" There's a couple of other lines that appear wrong as well. I'm just saying. This is one of my favorite songs.
    gilby_jron November 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOne of many overlooked bands of the 80s. They were pretty good.
    monster36604on January 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentToo bad they were seen as a gimmick by most. They really could play! This song is a good example of that though not the best.
    MrLongroveon May 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentShe could really sing
    mgajoshon August 20, 2011   Link
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    Song ComparisonIt seems strange to me that with a band as incredible as Bow Wow Wow, people are posting comments about their lesser known tunes. Nothing against songs like this one - but powerful agit-prop jungle-rock like W.O.R.K. is not even listed here. And no one has even posted on "Go Wild in the Country".

    So I will take it upon myself to post a YouTube here:

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    "Demolition of the work ethic - takes us to the age of the Primitive"
    Oh dear. I think she was right on that one...
    "WORK - O - R - Kuh N-O..."
    (this song is so out there - total madness. COMPLETELY wrong and amoral in its philosophy - yet chillingly prophetic of welfare-state urban societal breakdown.
    It was also spoken word/rap before these things were mainstream.
    And sung by such a sexy mysterious Burmese girl. Always makes me think of Kipling's "On the Road to Mandalay".
    BWW will always have a place in my heart. ☺ ♥ ☻
    NomadMonadon March 28, 2012   Link

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