Open Up

Album: Leftism (1993)
Charted: 13
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  • Burn, burn [Repeat: x 2]

    Burn, burn, burn...

    Open up
    Now open up

    You lied, you faked
    You cheated, you changed the stakes
    Magnet toss that pie in the sky
    Unrehearsed, let the bubbles burst
    All in all, a dreaming circus
    A fuel in the tea with parody
    Tragedy or comedy
    Probably publicity

    Open up, make room for me
    Now open up, make room for me

    Lose myself inside your schemes
    Go for the money, honey
    Not the screen
    Be a movie star, blah blah blah
    Go the whole hog
    Be bigger than God

    Burn Hollywood burn, taking down Tinseltown
    Burn Hollywood burn, burn down to the ground
    Burn Hollywood burn, burn holywood burn
    Take down Tinseltown, burn down to the ground

    Down, into the ground

    Burn, burn, burn
    Burn... Writer/s: JOHN LYDON, NEIL BARNES, PAUL T. DALEY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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