More Joy

Album: Future Past (2021)
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  • Shuddering dream, the crying storm
    Lightning strikes a kiss, between this world and yours
    Whisper unseen, mystery train
    Delirious scream like a night just broke refrain

    Rush at clowns, a smudge in the gray
    Frantic, we're swimming, a tv power game

    I know where this is going (more joy)
    I'm looking at you
    I like where it's going (more joy)
    Are you coming too?
    I know where this is going (more joy)
    I'm looking at you
    I like where it's going (more joy)
    Are you coming too?

    (Ah-ah-ah)
    (More joy)
    (Ah-ah-ah)
    Oh, oh-oh-oh (more joy)
    Ah-ah-ah
    Oh, oh-oh-oh (more joy)
    Ah-ah-ah
    Oh, oh-oh-oh (more joy)
    Ah-ah-ah
    Oh, oh-oh-oh (more joy)
    Ah-ah-ah
    Oh, oh-oh-oh (more joy)
    Ah-ah-ah Writer/s: Graham Coxon, John Taylor, Nick Rhodes, Roger Taylor, Simon Le Bon
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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