Daft Punk Is Playing at My House

Album: LCD Soundsystem (2002)
Charted: 29
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  • Well Daft Punk is playing at my house, my house
    I'll show you the ropes kid, show you the ropes
    Got a bus and a trailer at my house, my house
    I'll show you the ropes kid, show you the ropes
    I bought fifteen cases for my house, my house
    All the furniture is in the garage
    Well Daft Punk is playing at my house, my house
    You got to set them up kid, set them up

    You got to set 'em up, oh oh yeah
    You got to set 'em up, oh oh yeah
    You got to set them up, set them up
    You got to set 'em up, oh oh yeah
    You got to set 'em up, oh oh yeah
    You got to set them up, set them up

    Well everybody's lined up in my house, my house
    And Sarah's girlfriend is working the door
    Got everybody's PA in my house, my house
    All the robots descend from the bus
    There's a freak out brewing in my house, my house
    In the basement, 'cause Daft Punk is playing at my house, my house
    You got to set them up kid, set them up

    You got to set 'em up, oh oh yeah
    You got to set 'em up, oh oh yeah
    You got to set them up, set them up

    And never, never let them go
    No never, never, never let them go
    Never, never, never let them go
    Let them go
    Downtown Writer/s: James Jeremiah Murphy
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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