Flashbulb Eyes

Album: Reflektor (2013)
  • What if the camera
    Really do
    Take your soul
    Oh no
    What if the camera
    Really do
    Take your soul
    Oh no

    Hit me with your flashbulb eyes
    Hit me with your flashbulb eyes
    You know I've got nothing to hide
    You know I got nothing
    No I got, nothing

    What if the camera
    Really do
    Take your soul
    Oh no
    What if the camera
    Really do
    Take your soul
    Oh no

    Hit me with your flashbulb eyes
    Hit me with your flashbulb eyes
    You know I've got nothing to hide
    You know I got nothing

    Hit me with your flashbulb eyes
    Hit me with your flashbulb eyes
    You know I've got nothing to hide
    You know I got nothing, you know I got, nothing

    Hit me with your Writer/s: Jeremy Gara, Regine Chassagne, Richard R Parry, Tim Kingsbury, William Butler, Win Butler
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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