#PowerBalladWednesday – The Del Fuegos “Hand In Hand

When you see her walk on by
Hanging her head like she’s about to cry
Man don’t let her go like there’s nothing to say
Baby unless she just wants just to walk your way

I know you can understand what I mean
Walking hand in hand
Hand in hand

Well it seems like the world could be a brighter place
If everybody tried to carry on that way
I think we all need a little bit of love
And this town can be the place we been thinking of

I know you can understand what I mean
Walking hand in hand
Hand in hand
Hand in hand
Hand in hand

Oh baby baby I know it’s not asking you much
I believe we can be having good relations
And every city and town there will be positive vibrations
Yeah there’ll be positive vibrations
Oh yeah

Well my street gets lonely late at night
This tension in the air is just not right
I can see the new moon shining from above
Maybe this street can be the place we been dreaming over

I know you can understand what I mean
Walking hand in hand
Hand in hand
Hand in hand
Hand in hand
All I need is … hand in hand
It’s all I want … hand in hand
Hand in hand
Hand in hand
Hand in hand
Woo yeah … hand in hand
All I need … hand in hand
It’s all I want … hand in hand

*songwriters – Tom Lloyd, Dan Zanes


Photo credit: Tunefind

The Del Fuegos were an American 1980s garage-style rock band. Formed in 1980, the Boston, Massachusetts, United States-based band gained success in 1986 with their songs “Don’t Run Wild” and “I Still Want You” and appearing in a widely seen television commercial for Miller Beer. The band’s fans included Tom Petty, who appeared on one of the band’s songs and featured them as an opening act on one of his tours.

*source: Wikipedia

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