Kick Ass
by Mika

Album: Kick-Ass Soundtrack (2010)
  • We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees

    We could rule the world
    On a silver platter
    From the wrong to the right light
    To the open stream
    With a crash and burn
    We can make it better
    Turn it upside down
    Just you and me

    We are the dream
    No other way to be

    We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees

    I could change the world
    I can make it better
    Kick it up and down
    Took a chance on me
    When you fake a smile
    And you think you're better
    Gonna put it down
    Whip it at your feet

    No bridge to burn
    Nowhere to turn for me

    We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees

    We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees

    What do they know about us?
    Are they thinking of somebody else?
    Are they wondering what we might be?
    Are they thinking of you or of me?

    We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees

    We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees

    We are young (I could rule the world)
    We are strong (On a silver platter)
    We're not looking for where we belong
    We're not cool
    We are free
    And we're running with blood on our knees (Just you and me)

    We are young
    We are strong
    We're not looking for where we belong (Just you and me)
    We're not cool
    We are free Writer/s: Michael Holbrook Penniman, Nadir Khayat, Jodi Maureen Horovitz
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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