Sing Sang Sung
by Air

  • You are such a workaholic boy
    That you kill everybody's joy
    Fill your head with some time to lose
    With some time to lose

    Sing sang sung sing me a song
    Do did done don't be so down
    Ring rang rung give me a ring
    Please please please don't be so long

    What are we doing here my friend ?
    Take a breath push your pain away
    Nothing lasts it's better that way
    It's better that way

    Sing sang sung sing me a song
    Do did done don't be so down
    Ring rang rung give me a ring
    Please please please don't be so long

    Sing sang sung sing me a song
    Do did done don't be so down
    Ring rang rung give me a ring
    Please please please don't be so long Writer/s: JEAN BENOIT DUNCKEL-BARBIER, NICOLAS GODIN
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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