Who Sang Running to My Freedom? Leo Sayer

Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Johnny Vastano, Tom Snow
release date: 1978
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Pop Rock/Ballad/Classic Rock
length: 3:22
You should have been there when I gave out the news
I know you would have been surprised to see
The smoke and the fire that was comin' out of me
Now that I've finally shaken you loose

And I've cut the chains that held me back
Feelin' more and more like a train rolling down the track
Running to my freedom
I ain't never gonna give it back

Me and my freedom, from now on
One of these days it's gonna happen to you
You're gonna find yourself in love so deep
That you would give up anything for that love to keep

Then sooner or later it will break down on you
And when you finally feel all the hurt inside
You will understand the reason why I cried
Why I took my freedom

I ain't never gonna give it back
Me and my freedom, from now on
Running to my freedom
I ain't never gonna give it back

Me and my freedom, from now on

And now that I've finally shaken you loose
And I have cut the chains that held me back
Feelin' more and more like a train rolling down the track
Running to my freedom

I ain't never gonna give it back
Me and my freedom, from now on
Running to my freedom
I ain't never gonna give it back

Me and my freedom, from now on



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Stormy Weather
  • 2 Dancing the Night Away
  • 3 I Can’t Stop Loving You (Though I Try)
  • 4 La Booga Rooga
  • 5 Raining in My Heart
  • 6 Something Fine
  • 7 Running to My Freedom
  • 8 Frankie Lee
  • 9 Don’t Look Away
  • 10 No Looking Back

  • Album Information
    label: Chrysalis
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin