"You've Got to Move" as written by David Alan Mccabe, Sean Francis Caleb Payne, Abigail Harding and Russell Thomas Pritchard....
You've gotta move
Get up and move
Stand up and move

(Move your way out)

If you're feeling like ice
And the neighborhood's nice
But there's always something missing for you

And if you've grown up too tall
And your house is too small
Well, all you've gotta do is to move

But if you're feeling distressed
And your head's in a mess
And your freedom is put to the test

But you can't understand
'Cause your love is a stand
But lately it seems such a trend

You've gotta move
Get up and move
Stand up and move

(Move your way out)

You've gotta take off the tax
And pack up your bags
Before you bump into the people you love

You know it's gonna be hard
When you're crossing the yard
You've gotta give a little push and a shove

But when you question yourself
'Cause there's nobody else
With a suitcase and a ? in his hand

You've gotta cast off the meds
And now don't be scared
Because a cheater brought you here on a stand

You've gotta move
Get up and move
Stand up and move

(Move your way out)

Don't you dare walk home alone
Don't you drag your lonely feet
?
So find yourself another street

Don't be a slave to the city
Like a picture to a piece
You've gotta find your own way
Your own way outta here

You've gotta move
Get up and move
Stand up and move

(Move your way out)


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"You've Got to Move" as written by David Mccabe Abigail Harding

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