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Album: Joy Bomb (2021)
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  • yeah the music's gonna make you start dancing,
    yeah the music's gonna make you jump and shake,
    yeah the music's gonna make your head go bangin,
    yeah the music's gonna groove you till your dead.

    turn up your stereo, turn up your headphones,
    turn up everything you got,
    let it wash you, let it move you,
    let the music hit the spot.
    (hit the spot yeah).

    I wanna hear the music everywhere I go,
    I wanna hear.
    I wanna hear the music everywhere I go,
    I wanna hear.

    yeah, stay up all night, got no time for sleeping,
    up the radio, let it feed your head,
    everything dont have to have a rhyme or reason,
    let the boogie woogie dance inside your head,

    turn up your stereo, (turn up the rock show,)
    turn up your DJ, (turn up the DJ),
    turn up everything you got, (everything you got yeah),
    let it wash you, (let it wash you),
    let it move you, (let it groove you),
    let the music hit the spot, (everything you got yeah)

    I wanna hear the music everywhere I go,
    I wanna hear.
    I wanna hear the music everywhere I go,
    I wanna hear.

    turn up your stereo, (up your stereo) turn up your headphones,
    (turn up you DJ)
    turn up everything you got, (everything you got yeah)
    dUg pinnick, bass, guitars and vocals.
    Matthew Kjorvestad, drums
    Scot Little Bhilman, percussion

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