Bless This Acid House

Album: For Crying Out Loud (2017)
  • One day it comes and then it gets you
    Crashing waves, you're thinking it's all over
    I swear they're never gonna break you
    Gotta hold on tight
    Still life just waiting for the weekend
    This town is easy to forget
    Don't take the world upon your shoulder
    Gotta get on home

    She said "God bless this acid house"
    She said "God bless this acid house"
    She said

    I get high for just one minute
    I'll take my life and jump right in it
    I see my friends in all our numbers
    Rip up my plans, nothing matters and I

    Got no reason to lie
    Got a reason to try
    We got time on our hands, our hands, our hands, our hands

    Some day you'll find what you wanted
    Felt like you're never gonna get it
    'Till then we can't miss the last train
    Gotta get on home
    You know we change for the better
    I said it's easy to remember
    All we will ever need is right where we are

    She said "God bless this acid house"
    She said "God bless this acid house"
    She said

    I get high for just one minute
    I'll take my life jump right in it
    I see my friends in all our numbers
    Rip up my plans, nothing matters and I

    Got no reason to lie
    Got a reason to try
    We got time on our hands, our hands, our hands, our hands

    Woah
    Woah
    Woah

    God bless this acid house
    She said "God bless this acid house"
    She said

    I get high for just one minute
    I'll take my life and jump right in it
    I see my friends in all our numbers
    God bless this house and all its lovers
    I get high for just one minute
    I'll take my life and dance right in it
    I see my friends in all our numbers
    Rip up my plans, they mean nothing and I

    Got no reason to lie
    Got a reason to try
    I'll give all that I've got to you, to you, to you, to you, to you, to you, to youWriter/s: SERGIO PIZZORNO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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