Hum Along & Dance (Gotta Get Down)

Album: The Get Down (2016)
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  • There's a fear in the air
    And there's blood on the floor
    Hear a deafening scream
    Crying out for more
    The city's on fire
    Smoke is burning my eyes

    I got one more chance in here
    To come along and just hum along

    And now dance
    (Come on y'all)
    Down down down gotta get down
    Down down down

    This might be our last night
    The wolf's at the door
    My stomach is growlin'
    We all know the score
    My legs are getting weary
    My heart is so low

    I got one more chance in here
    To come along and just hum along
    And now dance

    (Come on y'all!) down down down
    Gotta get down

    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
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    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
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    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
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    I'll need you to come along and just hum along
    And now dance (you better hold on, when you're staying alive, you're staying together)
    Hey, hey, it's go, go, go
    Gotta make a fire, when you're home alone (down down down down)

    Gotta get down (to get up) (got to get on it)
    Gotta get down (to get up) (got to get on it)
    Gotta get down (to get up) (got to get on it)
    Gotta get down (to get up) (got to get on it)

    Down down down
    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down (to get up)
    Gotta get down down down down
    Now dance
    Get on down

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