Clemens Rehbein, Philipp Dausch Running cover

Running
by Clemens Rehbein & Philipp Dausch
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Verse 1
I never been run so far, so immense far, when will I fall into your arms
I want to try in Santa Fee, of my long time, wearing to feet
And what about you, you drunken soul, is that your own will to go?
On and on until I die, how are you going to give up now
To give up now
To give up now
To give up now
Verse 2
I've never run so real, so immense real, but when I fall into your arms
I want to try in Santa Fee, of my long time, wearing to feet
And what about you, you drunken soul, is that your own will to go?
On and on until I die, how are you going to give up now
Verse 3
I never been running so far, so immense far, when will I fall into your arms
I want to try in Santa Fee, of my long time, wearing to feet
And what about you, you drunken soul, is that your own will to go?
On and on until I die, how are you going to give up now
Verse 4
I never been running so far, so immense far, when will I fall into your arms
I want to break those certain rules, I want to dance, or walk with you
And what about you, your drunken soul is that your own where are to go?
On and on until I die, how are you going to give up now!
To give up now
To give up now
To give up now
Verse 5
I I've never run so real
I I've never run so real
I've never run so real, so immense real, but when I fall into your arms
I want to try in Santa Fee, of my long time, wearing to feet
And what about you, you drunken soul, is that your own will to go?
On and on until I die, how are you going to give up now

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