Corporation

Album: Boarding House Reach (2018)
  • Who's with me?

    Who's with me?

    Who's with me?

    Yeah, I'm thinking about starting a corporation
    Who's with me?
    Nowadays, that's how you get adulation
    Who wants to start a corporation?
    I'm thinking about taking it all the way to the top
    Who's with me?
    Woo!
    Yeah, I'm thinking about doing one giant drop
    Who's with me?

    Yep, yep, yep
    Yes, something about buying all the empty cars
    And making one giant army
    Who's with me?
    I'm gonna buy up all the empty lots and make one giant farm
    Who's with me?
    Yeah, you know what I'm talking about?
    Who's with me?
    Yeah, I'm thinking about starting a corporation
    Who's with me?

    Take it right to the top
    Take it right to the top Writer/s: Jack White
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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