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Hang On To Your Life

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  1. " Hang On to Your Life " is a song written by Burton Cummings and Kurt Winter and performed by The Guess Who. It reached #5 in Canada and #43 on the Billboard Hot in It was also released in the United Kingdom as a single, but it did not chart. The Genre: Rock.
  2. With HANG ON FOR YOUR LIFE, Shooting Star created their second masterpiece in a row. Bridging the gap between Journey and Foghat, the band is at the top /5(39).
  3. But, all in all, "Hang on to Your Life" surely is an eerie and weird songhow could those lyrics have sprung from having a "bad sunburn"? Noel from Port Orange, Fl Cummings may have written the song after a sunburn in Hawaii but the song has a really dark meaning. It's about a guy who was trapped in a basement apartment in New York who was confronted by people who followed a dark power.
  4. Lyrics to 'Hang On To Your Life' by Guess Who. Thinkin' 'bout the people gone by Screamin' that I don't wanna die Well, you can push your head But don't you push it too far.
  5. Mark New Living Translation (NLT) 35 If you try to hang on to your life, you will lose it. But if you give up your life for my sake and for the sake of the Good News, you .
  6. Lead singer Burton Cummings says that he wrote the lyrics to this song after getting a very severe case of sunburn while in Hawaii. He composed the track with guitarist Kurt Winter, who joined the band for the Share The Land album following the departure of Randy Bachman. The version released as a single has a slightly different mix. >>.
  7. Hang On To Your Life Lyrics: Sweet bird of prey you've gone below / All soft and black it's time to grow / Don't be afraid to touch the light / Don't run from love in the starless night / Hang on.
  8. The Guess Who is a rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba that was one of the first Canadian groups to establish a major successful following both in their own country as well as abroad. In their late 60s and early 70s heyday, the guys took influence from late period British invasion bands as well as stuck alongside them on the charts. They were notably the first Canadian rock n roll group to have.