Level Up
by Sway

Album: The Deliverance (2012)
Charted: 8
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  • We level up, up, up, up, we level up
    Yeah, we level up
    We gonna climb up the levels, go harder
    Like splash every time we go past
    I'll never loose the game, I'm gonna last
    So let's start, we level up

    All over the radio and back up in the raves again
    We got the crowd on the wave like it's a stadium
    Call me the weather man it's about to be a break weekend
    I'm on the cloud, let's make it rain again
    Yeah, we level up
    Life's but naughty shirts and dressed looking saucy
    Living in our minuses, cause life begins at 40 level up
    Call me Bond, James Bond
    How I maintain, I tell them winner stays on
    My brain racing like I'm trying to win the gold for Britain, yes!
    On a one track mind, let's go the distance
    We're only stopping when we pose for pictures
    And now we move so wavy, we get motion sickness

    Yeah, we level up
    We gonna climb up the levels, go harder
    Like splash every time we go past
    I'll never loose the game, I'm gonna last
    So let's start, we level up

    Feeling like a just won the lotto
    Pop a bottle and I make them say ah
    Like I'm your dentist
    Keys to the sweet, you can call me Alan Sugar
    Well we're firing tonight, and I might need an apprentice
    Reunion, old school and uni friends
    It's your excuse to act like hooligans
    Bend and break the rules again
    Parties just getting started at 2 am
    Waking up at noon next to
    Who are you again?

    Looking in the mirror and I feel like I'm famous
    I got that glimmer in my eye like I ain't afraid of danger
    Today could be the day that everything changes
    I'm trying to move up to the hills where idols become neighbors
    One moment , your whole world rearranges
    You feeling like you graduating Oxford or Cambridge
    Forever roll the dice and have it looking like Vegas
    You win some you loose some, but only winners take risks

    I started getting calls I've been waiting on for ages
    Phone starts popping and I'm gossiping with strangers
    And I know... I'm out getting wasted
    All of these flashing lights popping out in places
    Always forgetting names, especially with neighbors
    Ah ha what's your name again
    My house, lights out
    Wake up in the tea, saying touch me I'm famous
    Hey stranger, where you been? Long time no see
    Time to level up
    I'm in the game, play to win
    Another round on me

    Yeah, we level up
    We gonna climb up the levels, go harder
    Like splash every time we go past
    I'll never loose the game, I'm gonna last
    So let's start, we level up Writer/s: DEREK ANDREW SAFO, DEREK SAFO, JOSHUA KIEKEGRAAD GRANT STEELE, JOSHUA KIERKEGAARD G STEELE, JOSHUA STEELE, KELSEY MCHUGH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Roba Music Verlag GMBH, Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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