Magnetic

Album: Electric Universe (1983)
Charted: 92 57
  • No self-control
    A chain reaction as my body lets go
    A strange kind of light
    The tempo takes me and the circuit excites

    It's magnetic
    The rhythm of a dangerous dance
    Let's dance in the static
    Suck you in twice as fast
    Magnetic
    The rhythm of a dangerous dance
    Let's dance in the static
    Suck you in, you'll never last

    Step into the light
    Make the spark ignite
    Step into the light tonight

    No place to hide
    I keep on runnin' but I'm falling behind
    A new kind of beat
    It takes your mind, then it takes your feet

    It's magnetic
    The rhythm of a dangerous dance
    Let's dance in the static
    Suck you in twice as fast
    Magnetic
    The rhythm of a dangerous dance
    Let's dance in the static
    Suck you in, you'll never last

    Are we making contact tonight?
    Don't break the circuit
    I'll be making contact tonight
    Don't break the circuit
    Writer/s: MARTIN GEORGE PAGE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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