Celebrate
by Mika

Album: The Origin of Love (2012)
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  • I want the whole world to celebrate (let's go)

    I wanna come home
    To the only place I know
    Where the trees I planted grow
    I wanna come home

    Once I get up I feel better
    Then I pull myself together
    I remember those two letters
    It will be ok
    Everyone says now or never
    I say only if it's better
    Be a night like this forever
    Will we know better

    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate

    I'll be just fine
    When I see you at the finish line
    Doesn't matter if I take my time
    I'm coming home

    Once I get up I feel better
    And I pull myself together
    I remember those two letters
    It will be ok
    Everyone says now or never
    I say only if it's better
    Be a night like this forever
    Will we know better

    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate

    I'm not mad at you at all
    But I want the whole world to celebrate, yeah, hmm

    Right about now it's time for everybody to stand up, stand up
    And have fun
    'Cause we just begun

    I want the whole world to celebrate (let's go)

    Once again if I feel better
    Then I pull myself together
    I remember those two letters
    It will be ok
    Everyone says now or never
    I say only if it's better
    Be a night like this forever

    I wanna go home (I want the whole world to celebrate)
    I wanna go home (I want the whole world to celebrate)
    I wanna go home (I want the whole world to celebrate)
    I wanna go home (I want the whole world to celebrate)
    And celebrate
    I'll get the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate
    I want the whole world to celebrate Writer/s: Pharrell Williams, Michael Holbrook Penniman, Benjamin Garrett
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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