Funk 50

Album: Analog Man (2012)
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  • I'm goin' on vacation
    Find some place where my phone don't work
    And while my phone can't ring
    I'm gonna do my thing

    I'm gonna get my mojo working
    I'm gonna bang my drum
    I got a hunch just what I need
    I'm gonna get me some

    I'm gonna take you with me
    Find some place to hide
    If and when they find us
    At least we can say we tried

    Yeah I'm gonna get my motor movin'
    I'm gonna dress in black
    Walk down that red carpet
    Show everybody I'm back
    Show everybody I'm back Writer/s: DALE PETERS, JIMMY FOX, JOE WALSH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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