"Do It Again" as written by and Charles Harmon Jones Chuck Cannon....
I grew up fast and wild, I was Saturday's child
Leaping in long before I would look
Yeah, I was the fool, always breaking the rules
Blind to the chances I took
And I took some hard falls, oh, but when I recall
All the elbows and knees that I skinned
If I had it to do all over
I'd do it again

Well I've loved and I've lost without counting the cost
'Cause I guess I was born to believe
You can't run, you can't hide, from what's burning inside
You gotta wear it out there on your sleeve
So, I've done my part, in breaking my heart
But, when I think of my lovers and friends
If I had it to do all over
I'd do it again

Do it again, do it again
Over and over and then
I know that I'd do it again

I'll never be found with my feet on the ground
'Cause that ain't where my dreams'll come true
Give me wings, give me wheels, give me something that's real
Like the love of somebody like you
'Cause do it or die I'm determined to fly
Out where caution is tossed to the wind
And if I get it to do all over
I'll do it again


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"Do It Again" as written by Lewis Dene Katherine Jane Margaret Ellis

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