"Nowhere to Run" as written by Edward Holland, Lamont Herbert Dozier and Brian Holland....
It's not love, I'm running from
But the heartache I know will come
'Cause I know you're no good for me
But you become a part of me
Everywhere I go your face I see
Every step I take you take with me, no

Nowhere to run, baby
Nowhere to hide
Got nowhere to run to, baby
Nowhere to hide
I know you're no good for me
But free of you I'll never be, no

Each night as I sleep
Into my heart you creep
I wake up feeling sorry I met you
Hopin' soon that I'll forget you
When I look in the mirror to comb my hair
I see your face and smiling there, no

Nowhere to run
Nowhere to hide
I got nowhere to run to, baby
Nowhere to hide
I know you're no good for me
But you've become a part of me, no

How can I find a lover?
That should love be
When it's so deep, so deep
Deep inside of me
My love reaches so high I can't get over it
It's so wide I can't get around it, no

Nowhere to run to, baby
Nowhere to hide
I just can't get away from you, baby
No matter how I try
I know you're no good for me
But free of you I'll never be

Each night as I see your face
I know you're a part of me
But so deep, so deep and
No, no
I just can't get away from you, baby
No matter how hard I try

Nowhere to run to, babe
Nowhere to hide
Nowhere to run to, babe


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"Nowhere to Run" as written by Paul Stanley

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