Picture yourself Set up for good in a whole other life In the mystery zone
Make us a house Some far away town Where nobody will know us well Where your dad's not around And all the trouble you look for all your life You will find it for sure In the mystery zone
Times that we met Before we met Times that we met We'll go there To the mystery zone Ah the mystery zone
There goes the rider At gates of dawn He takes no prisoners at all He'll be there on his own
What gets him gone Off down that road Is something he don't understand Ooh! The mystery zone
Maybe all he wants Maybe all he needs Is to know that the sun don't set On the mystery zone
How come it feels so familiar When you never been there? How come it seems so unreachable You never tried to find Never tired to find the mystery zone Mystery zone, oooh!
All of the people You used to run into but never do now They took off for the mystery zone
And when you know love When you find it for real It contains the emotion sense of Everyone ready Your cover was blown You weren't there but you were Ooh in the mystery zone You weren't there but you were You weren't there but you were
Openin' windows Doors never close it's the fresh air fiend It's the information troll
We'll pack a bag Sendin' it off just some things that never fit right To the m And we'll send it ahead as a test so we'll know Call it up when it gets there "What's it like in the mystery zone?"
The times that we met Before we met We'll go back there Oh, times that we met We'll go back We'll go back there The mystery zone To the mystery zone The mystery zone Oh the mys
Writer/s: BRITT DANIEL
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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