Starry Eyed Surprise

Album: Bunkka (2002)
Charted: 6 41
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  • Ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars
    Ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars
    Ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars
    Ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars
    Ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars
    Ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars

    Once again, I find myself with my friends
    Dancing the night away, it's like the party never ends
    Then again we don't want it to stop, coz tonight's the night it goes sweat box
    Laser beams, flashing lights, wild cards, men from Mars, dressed in Stars and stripes
    Eclectic, electric, ladies of the evening, drinking booze and mingling
    Mashing to the music, I can do anything
    Freaky Dicky star speckles and pink butterflies and life is nice, so nice
    I walk into a club and I've found paradise, I'm seeing stars, I can't believe my eyes

    Oh my starry eyed surprise, sundown to sunrise
    I dance all night, we're gonna dance all night, dance all night to this DJ
    Ah Sugar, dance all night to this DJ
    Oh my starry eyed surprise, sundown to sunrise
    Dance all night, we're gonna dance all night, dance all night to this DJ
    Ah Sugar, dance all night to this DJ, dance all night to this DJ
    Lover dance all night to this DJ

    Like the record spins on the trails we blaze, the walls are closing in but that's okay
    Because I've been waiting all week to feel this way and it feels so good, so good
    I'm on top of the world the coolest kid in the neighborhood
    So let me be your star for one night that's right
    Sweat box, laser beams, flashing lights, you've got to feel the rush
    Feel the spice of life, love life, Shifty rolls the dice snake eyes surprise
    Icing, mesmerizing, the minds are sick ones, cause what we are is victims of fun
    Come on, come on, the fun is just begun come on the fun is just begun

    Oh my starry eyed surprise, sundown to sunrise
    I dance all night, we're gonna dance all night, dance all night to this DJ
    Ah Sugar, dance all night to this DJ
    Oh my starry eyed surprise, sundown to sunrise
    Dance all night, we're gonna dance all night, dance all night to this DJ
    Ah Sugar, dance all night to this DJ, dance all night to this DJ
    Lover dance all night to this DJ

    It goes ooh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars
    Oh la la, I see stars, I'm seeing stars

    Oh my starry eyed surprise, sundown to sunrise
    I dance all night, we're gonna dance all night, dance all night to this DJ
    Ah Sugar, dance all night to this DJ
    Oh my starry eyed surprise, sundown to sunrise
    Dance all night, we're gonna dance all night, dance all night to this DJ
    Ah Sugar, dance all night to this DJ, dance all night to this DJ
    Lover dance all night to this DJ Writer/s: Andy Gray, Fred Neil, Paul Mark Oakenfold, Seth Brooks Binzer
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 6

  • Pedrodynomite from Fremont, OhioHoly Moly I totally forgot about this song. The 2000's, in my opinion, was the worst decade for music but alot of the dance stuff I did like (and whatever mainstream pop there was)
  • Cindy from Tempe, AzDoes anyone know who the girl in the video is (the actual video, not the Diet Coke commercial) who catches the falling star and walks over to Shifty and starts kissing him?
  • Danielle from Swanton, OhI love this song in that diet coke commercial.. it fits nicely with the bouncing bubbles.
  • Jonny Sapienti from Salem, NhIt might be me, but this song really sounds like the singer is on Ecstacy or something...
  • Dave from Cardiff, WalesHas anyone else noticed an uncanny similarity between this song and OPM's 2001 hit "Heaven Is A Halfpipe"?
  • Simon from Newcastle, Englandgreat spot michiel! i really like both songs but never realised theyre the same. thanks
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