Hey

If you must say
That you don?t love me
That might be right, yeah ooh
Say that you needed me
Say that you wanted me
Say that you needed me

And I said now hold me
Please hold me
Make this seem right
All through the night
And I said now hold me
Please hold me
Yes I will try just a little
For you to make it right

Holding on for so long
gets me the key to your heart, yeah

So let me take a little while
To tell you about heaven, heaven
In my life, yeah
It could be a secret
It could be a lie
It was a case of holding on till I die

And I said now hold me
Please hold me
Make this seem right
The night
And I said now hold me
Please hold me
Cos it?ll take, take time
It?ll take time
Holding on for so long
Gets me the key to your heart, yeah
Holding on for so long
Gets me the key to your heart, that?s why I say

And I said hold me
Please hold me
Just please please try just a little
Please try just a little
Please try and you will see

Holding on for so long
Gets me the key to your heart, yeah
Holding on for so long
Gets me the key to your heart
That?s what I said
Gets me the keys to your heart

Holding on for so long
Gets me the keys to your heart
Holding on for so long
Gets me the keys to your heart

That?s what I say
You?ve gotta give a little, give a little, give a little, give a little
To get the keys to your heart, yeah, hey, yeah
Gets me the keys to your heart


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