Beautiful

Album: Music from Another Dimension! (2012)
  • Uh uh
    I friend of mine was talking
    I was earjacking, eavesdropping
    Down on my knees
    So I could hear what she was saying
    As I got closer to her fire, her desire
    Was to lead me on and on and on
    It was like

    Beautiful
    (We are free again, we're out of here)
    Beautiful
    (You need a friend, let's disappear)

    Now I get to thinkin' 'bout the high speed dirty deeds
    What I want, what you need
    I think you best believe it
    Got it, want you here,
    But you still gotta know
    We can skin it, we conceal it
    And so baby let's begin it
    Sayin'

    Beautiful
    (We are free again, we're out of here)
    Beautiful
    (You need a friend, let's disappear)
    Beautiful
    (Do all the things we never tried)
    Beautiful
    (Just spread your wings and learn to fly)

    Whoa (whoa)
    Whoa (whoa)
    (Beautiful)
    (Beautiful)

    Beautiful

    Beautiful
    (We are free again, we're out of here)
    Beautiful
    (You need a friend, let's disappear)
    Beautiful
    (Do all the things we never tried)
    Beautiful
    (Just spread your wings and learn to fly)

    Whoa (whoa)
    Whoa (whoa)
    (Beautiful)
    Beautiful Writer/s: MARTI FREDERIKSEN, STEVEN VICTOR TALLARICO, BRAD E WHITFORD, TOM HAMILTON, JOE KRAMER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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