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  • Connected to the Google
    Connected to the government

    Headbone connects to the neckbone
    Neckbone connects to the armbone
    Armbone connects to the handbone
    Handbone connects to the internet
    Connected to the Google
    Connected to the government

    Connected to the Google
    Connected to the government

    Headbone connects to the headphones
    Headphones connect to the iPhone
    iPhone connected to the internet
    Connected to the Google
    Connected to the government

    Connected to the Google
    Connected to the government Writer/s: STEVEN LOVERIDGE, SUGU ARULPRAGASAM
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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