Strict Machine

Album: Black Cherry (2003)
Charted: 20
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  • I get high on a buzz
    Then a rush when I'm plugged in you
    I connect
    When I'm flush
    You get love when told what to do

    Wonderful electric
    Wonderful electric
    Wonderful electric
    Cover me in you

    I'm in love, I'm in love
    I'm in love with a strict machine

    I'm in love, I'm in love
    I'm in love with a strict machine

    When you send me a pulse
    Feel a wave of new love
    Through me
    I'm dressed in white noise
    You know just what I want
    So please

    Wonderful electric
    Wonderful electric
    Wonderful electric
    Cover me in you

    I'm in love, I'm in love
    I'm in love with a strict machine

    I'm in love, I'm in love
    I'm in love with a strict machine ... Writer/s: ALISON ELIZABETH GOLDFRAPP, NICHOLAS OLIVER BATT, NICK BATT, WILLIAM OWEN GREGORY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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