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Let It Run Lyrics

Your coming up the walk
Your banging on the door
The seconds of the loneliness
Are coming through the floor

Let it run let it run, let it run
And out of the band comes a guitar man
Singing come on let it run

Called up alone gathered up the light
Told everyone that everythings was going fine

Let it run, let it run, let it run
From out of the corner cam johnny be good
Singing come on let it run

Whoa, and up above the stars are bright
And well let it run let it run tonight

Up above the stars are bright
Let it run let it run tonight, tonight, tonight

Its getting louder now its pounding at my brain
And if it ever stops Im gonna start it up again

Let it run, let it run, let it run
From out of the valley came long tall sally
Singing come on let it run

Im already gone let it run
Come on let it run

Electric Dreams About the 1984 motion picture film Electric Dreams movie starring Lenny von Dohlen as Miles Harding, Virginia Madsen as Madeline Robistat, Bud Cort as Edgar, Don Fellows, Maxwell Caulfield, Alan Polonsky, Wendy Miller, Harry Rabinowitz, Miriam Margolyes, Holly De Jong, Stella Maris, Diana Choy, Jim Steck, Gary Pettinger, Bob Coffey, Mac McDonald, Patsy Smart, Madeleine Christie, Preston Lockwood, Shermaine Michaels, Lisa Vogel, Koo Stark, Gina Francis, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Frazer Smith, Oliver Barron. Directed by Steve Barron. Written by Rusty Lemorande. Produced by Richard Branson, Larry DeWaay and Rusty Lemorande. With a soundtrack featuring P. P. Arnold, Jeff Lynne of Electric Light Orchestra aka ELO and Traveling Wilburys, Culture Club, Giorgio Moroder, Helen Terry, Heaven 17, and Philip Oakey of The Human League
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