Just hold her umbrella-ella-ella "I'm not afraid," okay Oscar the Grouch, chill on the couch (Fuck) You got an Oscar, damn Can anyone else get some food in their mouth? (For real) They made a movie about you, you're in everybody's top ten You're not getting better with time It's fine, Eminem, put down the pen Or write an apology Over the simple fact, you had to diss to acknowledge me I am the prodigy How could I even look up to you? You ain't as tall as me 5'8" and I'm 6'4", seven punches hold your head still Last time you saw . .
Hold Your Head Up (Club Mix) Sound Conducterz feat. Inaya Day, Cutmore, Ruffloaderz. Hold Your Head Up High (Original Mix) Roger Shah & Aisling Jarvis. Hold Your Head Up High (Aly & Fila Remix) Roger Shah & Aisling Jarvis.
Keel - Hold Your Head Up. 9 years ago. Argent Cover From The Keel VI: Back in Action Album Line Up Includes Vocals - Ron Keel (Steeler & Iron Horse) Guitar - Marc. Mother Love Bone~ Crown Of Thorns Live 89. 7 years ago. Courtesy Alexis Christensen. Hold Your Head Up. No matter what you may be going through Jesus can see you through if you look to Him. Just hold your head up and give him the.
You have every reason to. Both: Hold your head up high. Ida: As if free from all troubles. Your back stays nice and dry. Ugly: But my bottom's in bubbles. Both: You keep paddling like the clappers. just keep paddling with your flappers. while seeming to be dreaming and calm. Ida: Just beneath the surface. You may struggle to get by. Ugly: But nothing can deter you. Both: If you hold your head up high.
I Want to Hold Your Hand is an album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded in 1965 and released on the Blue Note label.
Hold Your Head Up" is a song by the English rock band Argent, released as a single in 1972. The song was a Top 5 hit in both the US and UK, peaking at No. 5 in both countries. Billboard ranked it as the No. 50 song for 1972. The song appeared on the third Argent album All Together Now. The album version is 6:15 while the single version is 3:15. The song was written by Rod Argent and Chris White.