"Throw Down a Line" as written by and Hank Marvin....
row down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs drowning in the stormy sea Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs hanging in a nowhere tree Have you got a place for me Men are tied in chains of silence I look on violence, up, down, left and right Is there no hope of light The peaceful hand that once caressed me Hurts like the rest, because itÆs turned to stone Talons of steel have grown Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs drowning in the stormy sea Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs hanging in a nowhere tree Have you got a place for me Yeah, oh help me, yeah Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs drowning in the stormy sea Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs hanging in a nowhere tree Have you got a place for me See the moon, itÆs getting nearer But no more clearer than the earth below What do we really know I feel the stab of pain returning Despair is burning in my heart again Why donÆt they see the end, ooooh Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs drowning in the stormy sea Yeah, throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs hanging in a nowhere tree Have you got a place for me Throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs drowning in the stormy sea Yeah, throw down a line, help a poor boy WhoÆs hanging in a nowhere tree Have you got a place for me


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"Throw Down a Line" as written by Hank Marvin

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