"Hang On" as written by Torrance Anton Esmond, Le Crae Moore, Chris Mackey and Terrence Jones....
Hang on, Hang on
Yes it's the little things
Yes it's the little things
That do us harm
I'm not a stranger
Ain't a mystery
When we both get it wrong

Stay here for a little while more
Cause it's the funny things
Yes it's the funny things
I need a friend
Not an angel
What do you do when the drowning stops

And what you though was a hurricane
Was just the rustling of the wind
Why you think we need amazing grace
Just to tell it like it is
Well, I don't need no doctor to tear me all apart
I just need you, to mend my heart

Hang on, I'll try to look you in the eye
You know you should've apologized
Or should I've apologized
Is there an answer
What do you do when the drowning stops

And what you thought was a hurricane
Was just the rustling of the wind
Why you think we need amazing grace
Just to tell like it is
Oh, I don't need no doctor
To tear me all apart
I just need you, to mend my Heart
I need you
To mend my heart


Lyrics submitted by sonicpudding

"Hang On" as written by Le Crae Moore Chris Mackey

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, MIKE CURB MUSIC

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    General Commentthis song rocks my world absolutely.
    ShawneeChildon August 01, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"what you thought was a hurricane
    was just the rustling of the wind"

    You think you come so close with someone, or someone's giving you signals but you realize you had it wrong.
    Hang on for hope

    Absolutely awesome song
    slaorenzon September 09, 2008   Link

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