"Childhood" as written by and George Jr/board Pajon....
I saw innocent kids turn cruel
In the playground at school
Poor Claudius played the fool
Survival is cool

One for the space
To prowl as you please
Two for the pulpit
Down on your knees

We've opened out hearts to shame
No-one's to blame

Hey
Everything was clearer than today
Oh,You have to hang on to your childhood
Open your eyes

Or stay as you are my friend
You have to hang on
Hang on
Hang on

My life is a Milbury's home
On Hereford Way
My life is a Barclays' loan now,
And a mortgage to pay

Let's drink to freedom
And family ties
Here's to the bags
That are under my eyes

We've opened our eyes to pride
But there's nothing inside

Hey!
Everything was clearer than today
Oh, you have to hang on to your childhood
Open your eyes

Or stay as you are my friend
You have to hang on
Hang on
Hang on

How have you been
I hope you go far
Together we'll stand
And prop up the bar

I'm watching you now
Cleaning your car
Open your eyes
Or stay as you are

Open your eyes
Or stay as you are
You have to hang on to your childhood
You have to hang on to your childhood

Hang on
Hang on
Just a little more heart now
Just a little more

Come on
Just a little more heart now
Just a little bit
Come on

Just a little more heart now
Just a little bit
Come on, come on
Just a little more heart now

Just a little bit
Come on


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"Childhood" as written by George Jr Pajon George Orindgreff

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