• Big screen real life
    Be a part of the story
    Get free it's time
    Be a candidate
    The things that you wanna say
    They disappear into fear
    And they're gone then
    Mystery always hides in your eyes
    Mysteries always found in your eyes

    Now the moments come
    And the story goes on
    When you're feeling young
    And you just want fun
    Get in the picture come on
    Now turn the future on us

    Get free it's time
    To be somebody's story
    Be free it's time
    Be a candidate
    Pictures don't only fade
    They reappear into view
    If you want them
    Visions, they always flashed
    In your eyes

    And the moments come
    Just let the story go on
    And the future return
    Now you just want fun
    Get in the picture belong
    And you think so young

    Let the feeling come
    Get in the story, come on
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