Stompa

  • There's a light, and I can see it in your eyes
    There's a memory of the way you used to be
    Nothing's gone, it still shines, every time you turn it on
    And when you slow it down...

    People working every night and day
    Never give yourself no time
    Got too many bills to pay
    Slow down, nothing's gonna disappear
    If you give yourself some room
    To move to the music you hear

    Gotta get up, listen to me
    Clappa your hands, stompa your feet

    People looking for the great escape
    Looking to the greener side
    Trying to find a better way
    Slow down, open up your big brown eyes
    Feel the rhythm in your heart
    You don't even need to try

    Gotta get up, listen to me
    Clappa your hands, stompa your feet
    Nothing is wrong, if you move to the beat
    Clappa your hands, stompa your feet
    Stompa your feet

    When you can't seem to shake off all the feelings that are breaking
    Little pieces of the music that are in you
    All the pain that you feel
    I can prove it's not real
    There's just one thing you gotta do

    Gotta get up, listen to me
    Clappa your hands, stompa your feet
    Nothing is wrong, if you move to the beat
    Clappa your hands, stompa your feet
    Stompa your feet

    Stompa your feet
    Stompa your feet Writer/s: Jerrod Bettis, Serena Ryder
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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