Mad House

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  • Ladies and gentlemen
    To those among you who are easily frightened
    We suggest you turn away now
    To those of you who think they can take it
    We say, welcome to the mad house!

    Aah, ooh
    Aah, ooh
    (Mad house)

    Na nana nana nana
    Nana, nana, nana, nana
    Come on, come on, come on in
    Come on, come on in
    Mad house

    Aah, ooh
    Aah, ooh
    Welcome to the mad house

    Na nana nana nana
    Nana, nana, nana, nana
    Come on, come on, come on in
    Come on, come on in Writer/s: Makeba Riddick, Robyn Fenty, William Kennard, Saul Milton
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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