• It's real sick
    The state of the world today
    It's real thick
    To come up and find a way
    The next time you're alone
    You can
    Create a world of your own
    Make it magic
    Give it love
    Make it all you're dreaming of
    In my underwear
    Sometimes I visit there
    Ignorance is bliss
    Don't know nothing but this

    Bounce from right to left
    Here with the broken hearted
    Let's get this party started

    I eat my marimbas
    I tingle when I sing
    Bling bling bling ting ting

    Bounce from right to left
    Here with the broken hearted
    Let's get this party started

    It's tempting to pack up your throne
    Move in
    Make this magic place your home
    But nobody else can go
    You'll be forever all alone

    Bounce from right to left
    No longer broken hearted and I don't know when it started
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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