Pick U Up

Album: For Your Entertainment (2009)
  • Jumpin' out the window
    Movin' on, groovin' on
    Which way will the wind blow?
    We can't be wrong, so say "So long"
    Imma pick you up, Imma pick you up
    Whatcha tryin' to say to me?
    Catch the train at two, what you try'na do?
    Are you gonna play with me?

    [Chorus]
    All my life, I've been waiting
    Pass my time, procrastinating now
    It's a trip, Imma flip
    And flash right through the scene
    Can't you see what I mean?

    Breaking through the boundaries
    Rollin' on, strollin' on
    They won't ever find me
    After all, we'll have a ball
    Imma pick you up, Imma pick u up
    We're gonna see where we can go
    This is how I live, this is what I give
    And you're the one I want to know

    [Chorus]

    Tiny minded two-toned suckers
    Same old faces make me shudder
    Countless times I've screamed oh brother!
    Where are you? I need someone to be my lover!

    [Chorus]

    It's a trip, Imma flip
    And flash right through the scene
    Can't you see what I mean?

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