It's Gonna Be

  • If all we talk about is money
    Nothing will be funny, honey
    And now that everyone's a critic
    It's makin' my mascara runny
    If we only talk about the "Heathers"
    Making it together, is crazy
    If we don't get a new situation
    For our busted nation, we're lazy

    But it's gonna be
    It's gonna be
    Please make it be
    It's gonna be

    Now if a princess becomes human
    Don't stone her on a talk show, you'll ruin
    Cause there's a fine line between a skewer
    And a decent sense of humor
    Aim at the ones who've really hurt us
    They should be arrested for murders
    But then all the cameras were turned on
    Some skinny naked blond eating burgers

    But it's gonna be
    It's gonna be
    It's gonna be
    It's gonna be

    It's gonna be
    It's gonna be
    Please make it be
    Let's make it be

    It's gonna be
    It's gonna be
    It's gonna be
    Be, be, be, be Writer/s: BRYON GLYNNE JONES, JONATHON GLYNNE JONES, RAYMOND MEDHURST, ROBIN ALBERT SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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