Treasure Island

Jessie Jett

(12/31/1989 / Maryland)

Baby Just Run


When you feel it,
and you feel it.
Tugging at your skin.
Puncturing your heart,
with massive tiny pins.
Baby just run,
run far away.
For you have survived many other days.

And in time, you'll feel it.
Run far away.
To forgive, and just live.
All love to stay.
Just stay.

Baby just run.
Run away now.
Free your heart,
run faster than you know how.
Baby just run.
Run far away now.

Cause when you feel it,
you've felt it.
But just letting go.
You feel it, and feel it.
Your heart really knows.

Baby just run.
Run away now.
Free your heart.
run faster than you know how.
Baby just run.
Let it run far away now.

Submitted: Sunday, March 11, 2012
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  • Martin O'Neill (4/6/2012 4:33:00 AM)

    This needs a driving rhythm and base and someone with a rock and roll voice. I could so imagine Bruce Springsteen or Kenny Wayne Shepherd belting this out. Great stuff. (Report) Reply

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