"Go On" as written by William Garrett Walden and Joseph Stanley Williams....
I said lord up in heaven
Honey, what's been wrong with you
Just give me one good reason
For what we've been going through
Oh go on
'Cause you brought me to my knees
Go on, do just what you please
I'd rather you'd just leave me alone
So baby, go on
Are you sure you still love me
All you seem to want to do is fight
Always telling me
I can't do anything right
You'd better go on
You've got me on my knees
Go on, do just what you please
I'd rather you just leave me alone
So baby, go on
Go on, go on, go on, baby, go on
Go on
'Cause you brought me to my knees
Go on, do just what you please
You want to lose your happy home
Then baby, go on
Now I've run out of patience
And the chances are slim
Since I walked around the corner
Saw you kissing on him
You said he's just a long lost friend
If you please
You'd better take him home now
So darling, where's the keys
Go on, got me on my knees
Go on, do just what you please
You want to lose your happy home
Then baby, go on, go on
Go on, go on, go on, go on
I'd rather you just leave me alone
Baby, go on
Go on, go on, go on, go on
Go on, go on, go on, baby, go on
Go on, baby, go on, go on . . .


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"Go On" as written by Cliff Lighty Eric Williams

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