Lyrics - Work Out

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Walking on glass

Walking on stone

When you're walking

Sometimes walking alone

Put your heart out

And reach for the top

Keep moving, don't ever stop

Written on the wind

Written on the sand

Every woman, every man

Engines started

Ready to roll

Broken hearted

Let it go

It's o.k.

It'll work out

Yes it's alright, anyhow

Work out, Work out

Johnny had a vision

That's a fact

Bound for glory

Never turned back

Think back to a time

When you ran with the pack

You can always look around

But never go back

The drums are on the hillside

In the depths of my soul

A distant voice whispers in invisible tones

That it's O.K.

It'll work out

Yes it's alright, anyhow

Yes it's O.K.

It'll work out

It is alright anyhow, and we're

On the edge of survival

Could it be a new age

Waiting for new arrivals

Time to turn the page

That it's O.K.

It'll work out

Yes it's alright, anyhow

Yes it's O.K.

It'll work out

You can feel that midas touch it lies

Quick in your grasp

But you reach to hard

It shatters like glass

You can think back to a time

When you ran with the pack

You can always turn around

But never go back

Drums are on the hillside

And in the depths of my soul

A distant voice whispers

In invisible tones

Work out

We can work it out

Work out

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