La Di Da
by Jet

Album: Shaka Rock (2009)
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  • Let me come down, let it all come down
    Get up get in get out, I know you got something to say
    Only you don't get to talk, not to me that way

    Let it come down, let it all come down
    Come on come on come on
    Is anybody feeling the same
    I will still be standing here, when you walk away

    I don't know anymore
    What I need and what for
    All I know, is there must be something more

    Let it come down let it all come down
    You know you know you know
    It don't matter what those people say
    You don't want to live your life someone else's way

    I don't know anymore
    What I need and what for
    All I know, is there must be something more

    La di di, la di da
    How did we ever get this far
    Well I know, that there must be something more

    Let me come down, let it all come down
    Get up get up get up, I know you got something to say
    Only you don't get to talk, not to me that way

    I don't know anymore
    What I need and what for
    All I know, is there must be something more

    La di di, la di da
    How did we ever get this far
    Well I know, that there must be something more Writer/s: NICHOLAS JOHN CESTER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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