"Always on the Run" as written by Saul Hudson and Lenny Kravitz....
My mama said
That your life is a gift
And my mama said
There's much weight you will lift
And my mama said
Leave those bad boys alone
And my mama said
Be home before the dawn
And my mama said
You can be rich or poor
But my mama said
You can be big or small

But I'm always on the run (always on the run)
But I'm always on the run

My mama said
That it's good to be fruitful
But my mama said
Don't take more than a mouthful
And my mama said
That it's good to be natural
And my mama said
That it's good to be factual

But I'm always on the run (always on the run)
But I'm always on the run (oh)

Slash

My mama said
"Baby don't ride that crazy horse"
And my mama said
You must push with much force
And my mama said
Go get all that you're after
And my mama said
That love's all that matters

But I'm always on the run (always on the run)
But I'm always on the run (always on the run)
But I'm always on the run (always on the run)
But I'm always on the run (always on the run)


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"Always on the Run" as written by Saul Hudson Lenny Albert Kravitz

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