Strut

Album: For Your Entertainment (2009)
  • I wanna start a revolution
    A type of personal solution
    We all have got our own pollution
    It's all about the execution

    You've got something to say,
    Your hands are tied
    Open your mouth, open it wide
    Let the freedom begin
    Get on the floor, just let it drop
    Don't it feel good, don't it feel hot
    Feel the fire within

    I wanna see you strut strut strut
    Come on walk for me
    Strut strut strut
    How you want to be
    Everybody's looking for some love
    But they don't know
    How to let it all hang out
    And that's why they're solo, solo, solo
    Don't want to be solo, solo, solo
    Don't want to be solo

    We're a complicated nation
    And now we're in a situation
    Let's take a make-believe vacation
    And get yourself some validation

    You've got something to say,
    Your hands are tied
    Open your mouth, open it wide
    Let the freedom begin
    Get on the floor, just let it drop
    Don't it feel good, don't it feel hot
    Feel the fire within
    I wanna see you strut strut strut
    Come on walk for me
    Strut strut strut
    How you want to be

    Everybody's looking for some love
    But they don't know
    How to let it all hang out
    And that's why they're solo, solo, solo
    Don't want to be solo, solo, solo
    Don't want to be solo

    I'll be your mirror
    Darling let you hair down
    Show me what you're working with and let me see you
    Strut strut
    Strut strut
    How you want to be
    Everybody's looking for some love
    But they don't know
    How to let it all hang out
    And that's why they're solo, solo, solo
    Don't want to be solo, solo, solo
    Don't want to be solo
    Strut on me and show me what you're working with
    Strut on me and show me what you're working with
    Yeah yeah yeah
    Yeah yeah yeah Writer/s: KARA DIOGUARDI, ADAM MITCHEL LAMBERT, GREG WELLS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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