Kids

Album: Now That's What I Call What's Next (2013)
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  • Oh, Imma let the future in, the future in
    And take it all, make it all my own
    Oh, into the fire we go again, we go again
    We shake it off before we get too old

    Sweet harmony, send as I know where to go
    Sweet harmony, secret stop, what do I know?

    Kids, kids, kids are gonna do what they want
    Kids, kids, kids are gonna do what they want

    Bottle and sun and an hourglass
    Upside down but don't look back over and over
    Taking on the wind 'cause we never learn
    Start a fire just to watch it burn over and over

    Kids, kids, kids are gonna do what they want
    Kids, kids, kids are gonna do what they want

    Sweet harmony, kids are gonna do what they want
    Sweet harmony, kids are gonna do what they want

    And all the words, but it's not enough, it's not enough
    'Cause no one heard, remember each other

    Kids they have the fire now
    Kids the fire's burning out
    Kids are gonna do what they want
    Kids they have the fire now
    Kids the fire's burning out
    Kids are gonna do what they want

    Kids, kids, kids are gonna do what they want
    Kids, kids, kids are gonna do what they want Writer/s: BENJAMIN JOSEPH LEVIN, DIMITRI TIKOVOI, JASON LAMONT PERRY, JOHN STEPHEN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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