Follow Me Down

Album: Almost Alice (2010)
Charted: 89
  • Take me take me outta here it makes me
    Feel so, feel so na na nana na

    Baby baby here we all crazy
    You don't have to worry na na nana na

    So follow me down (where to)
    Out of this town (with you)
    Girl you're moving way too slow
    So follow me down, (which way)
    I'll show you around (okay)
    There's a place we gotta go

    Follow me, follow me
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Follow me follow me
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Follow me, follow me

    Dancing, walking clock keeps on tocking
    They sing, they sing la la-la-la-la

    Gentlemen and ladies, animals and babies
    We sing, we sing na na na-na-na

    So follow me down (where to)
    Out of this town (with you)
    Girl you're moving way too slow
    So follow me down, (which way)
    I'll show you around (okay)
    There's a place we gotta go

    Follow me, follow me
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la

    Follow me, follow me
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la

    Ah ah oh
    Ah ah ah oh
    Ah ah ah oh oh

    Down down down down. Oh okay
    Down, down. Down down. Oh, oh

    Follow me, follow me
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Follow me, follow me
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la
    Fa la-la-la-la Writer/s: NATHANIEL MOTTE, NEON HITCH, SEAN FOREMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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