House Every Weekend

Album: Single release only (2015)
Charted: 1
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  • When it comes to house every weekend
    When it comes to house every weekend
    When it comes to house every weekend
    House every weekend, house every weekend
    When it comes to house every weekend
    House every weekend, house every weekend

    I love you, there's no need to fake it
    But staying in the house every weekend, I just can't take it
    I work hard
    And if I don't let myself go, let myself go, let myself go
    I just might explode, I just might explode
    Let myself go, let myself go, let myself go
    I just might explode, I just might explode
    Let myself go, let myself go, let myself go
    I just might explode, I just might explode
    Let myself go, let myself go, let myself go
    I just might explode, I just might explode

    When it comes to house every weekend
    House every weekend, house every weekend
    I work hard
    House every weekend, house every weekend, house every weekend
    I work hard
    Staying in the house every weekend
    House every weekend, house every weekend
    When it comes to house every weekend
    House every weekend, house every weekend

    And if I don't let myself go, let myself go, let myself go
    And if I don't let myself go, let myself go, let myself go
    I just might explode, I just might explode

    House every weekend
    I just might explode
    House every weekend
    I just might explode Writer/s: David Zowie, Zack Toms
    Publisher: Ultra Tunes
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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