Starstruck

Album: Reality Killed the Video Star (2009)
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  • You laugh at us, we're different
    We laugh 'cause you're all the same
    By the look on your face baby
    We've been enjoying ourselves again

    I know that you cried
    I know why you tried so hard

    Ready, steady, go
    Everybody famous
    Everyone you know
    Why'd it take you ages?

    I don't have to listen, read, love like you
    I've got no problem with the physical, minimal real life
    Living in hysterica for everybody's betterment
    Isn't it a miracle, Everybody starstruck

    I guess the odds are very good
    But the goods are very odd
    And even though I talk with the devil
    I only made the deal with god.

    I am a long list ?
    Knock one off the rest
    So hard

    Ready, steady, go
    Everybody famous
    Everyone you know
    Why'd it take you ages?

    I don't have to listen, read, love like you
    I've got no problem with the physical, minimal real life
    Living in hysterica for everybody's betterment
    Isn't it a miracle, Everybody starstruck

    You want to stop
    But you can't, can you?
    I was lovely
    On the way up
    On the way up

    Ready, steady, go
    Everybody famous
    Everyone you know
    Why'd it take you ages?

    I don't have to listen, read, love like you
    I've got no problem with the physical, minimal real life
    Living in hysterica for everybody's betterment
    Isn't it a miracle, Everybody starstruck Writer/s: DANIEL SPENCER MOULD, KELVIN ANDREWS, PAUL BEARD, ROBERT PETER WILLIAMS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, MUSIC SALES CORPORATION, Universal Music Publishing Group
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