I Want The Heartbeat

Album: The Messenger (2013)
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  • Pulse correct my lottery
    And life's a ward
    Now she's on me
    Fast machine transmits
    Her wave to wave activity
    Pure correct technology
    Quick strap connect that beat to me
    Flatline reveal transmits
    Heart rate to her maximum beat

    I want the heart beat

    Pulse connect that kick for me
    All night I've got your frequency
    Fast machine transmits
    Your wave to wave activity

    Get me my own machine
    Technology, technology
    Get me my own machine
    Let me switch her on again
    Hook me up
    Receive

    I want the heartbeat

    Get me
    My own machine
    Technology technology
    Get me
    My own machine
    Let me fix her up again
    Hook me up
    Receive

    I want the heartbeat Writer/s: JAMES DOVIAK, JOHNNY MARR
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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