Timebomb

Album: single release only (2012)
Charted: 31
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  • Fast, time is ticking oh so fast
    The sound is running quick right through our hands
    Beat, feel the rhythm in my heartbeat
    Why don't you move your body to my body
    Before we disappear

    Tell me now, woo
    Do you wanna, wanna, wanna, woo
    I wanna, wanna dance like it was the last dance of my life
    I wanna woo, wanna, wanna, wanna, wanna, woo
    Do you wanna, wanna dance, like it was the last dance

    Wait, no, please don't make me wait
    When walls are shaking, ground feels like a mind break
    It's not the end of the world
    It's just the start of me and you, yeah
    So let's just take the moment
    Boy let's move

    Tell me now, woo
    Do you wanna, wanna, wanna, woo
    I wanna, wanna dance like it was the last dance of my life
    I wanna woo, wanna, wanna, wanna, wanna, woo
    Do you wanna, wanna dance, like it was the last dance

    We're on a timebomb, you might not last long
    So let's just do it right now, do it come on
    We're on a timebomb, before the night's gone
    Let's just do it right now, do it come on

    Wait, please don't make me wait
    Wait, please don't make me wait

    Tell me now, woo
    Do you wanna, wanna, wanna, woo
    I wanna, wanna dance like it was the last dance of my life
    I wanna woo, wanna, wanna, wanna, wanna, woo
    Do you wanna, wanna dance, like it was the last dance

    We're on a timebomb, you might not last long
    So let's just do it right now, do it come on
    We're on a timebomb, before the night's gone
    Let's just do it right now, do it come on Writer/s: BASIL CREESE, CHRIS PICKIN, MIKE DARLING, PAUL BARDSLEY, PHIL MURPHY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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