Album: Melophobia (2013)
  • Electrified harmonious
    I think I'll take it out to the streets
    Somebody please stop me
    Call the doctor but don't call the police

    Are you into the beat?
    Are you into the beat?
    I can feel it in my teeth

    I can feel it in my teeth
    I can feel it in my teeth
    And it's driving me mad
    I can feel it in my teeth
    I can feel it in my teeth and it's driving me crazy
    It's driving me crazy, it's driving me mad

    I wish I were an astronaut
    Space case planting the seed
    They put me in a hospital
    Locked me up and threw away the key

    Hey, hey, hey, hey, are you into the beat?
    I'm the king of the beat
    I can feel it in my teeth

    I can feel it in my teeth
    I can feel it in my teeth
    And it's driving me mad
    I can feel it in my teeth
    I can feel it in my teeth and it's driving me crazy
    It's driving me crazy, it's driving me mad Writer/s: BRAD SHULTZ, DANIEL TICHENOR, JARED CHAMPION, LINCOLN PARISH, MATT SHULTZ
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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