"(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
Didn't have the money round to buy a Morry Thou
Been around and seen a lot to shake me anyhow
Begged and borrowed sometimes I admit I even stole
But the worst crime that I ever did was play in rock and roll
But the money's no good
Just get a grip on yourself
But the money's no good
Just get a grip on yourself
Suffering convictions on a two-way stretch inside
The air in here is pretty thin, I think I'll go outside
Committed for insanity and crimes against the soul
The worst crime that I ever did was play some rock and roll
But the money's no good
Just get a grip on yourself
But the money's no good
Just get a grip on yourself
And you should known
Now I find from week to week the sentence sticking fast
Turn the corner, rub my eyes and hope the world will last
Stranger from another planet welcome to our hole
Just strap on your guitar and we'll play some rock and roll
But the money's no good
Just get a grip on yourself
But the money's no good
Just get a grip on yourself
And you should know


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"(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)" as written by David Greenfield Brian John Duffy

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