Breakout

Album: 100% (2009)
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  • Standing in the shadows
    You've been there all night;
    No one's gonna find you
    When you're out of sight
    When you're looking like you do
    It should be all eyes on you
    No doubt you're good to go;
    'Stead of looking for the door
    Get your fine ass on the floor
    Take your place and start the show...

    Breakout! Don't you stop it
    Go get your party on
    You can't spend the night alone [x2]

    What's the using in watching
    Holding up the wall?
    Sipping on your one drink
    Makes no sense at all!!
    Dip your head and finish fast
    Don't you let this moment pass
    I know your hear your song...
    You don't have a thing to lose
    Time to work you Jimmy Choo's
    Dj's rocking all night long...

    Breakout! Don't you stop it
    Go get your party on
    You can't spend the night alone [x2]

    Just let the music do you right
    Go show the world it's on tonight...!!!!

    Breakout! Don't you stop it
    Go get your party on
    You can't spend the night alone [x2]

    (Additonal bvs) let the music do you right
    Show the world it's on tonight Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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