What The People Don't See

  • The girls get so excited,
    The boys can't get enough,
    Mr. Business has invited you to show the world your stuff,
    It's the express train, one way, moving so fast,
    You better make it quick 'cause the attention don't last.

    You've got it,
    I'm sure,
    But I've seen it all before,
    And I wonder,
    Secretly,
    How I see what the people don't see.

    The competition is such a sight to be seen,
    But you've got to be good looking to get on the silver screen,
    You're today's sensation,
    But tomorrow's looking bleak,
    Now you've got to get them out to make it through to next week. Writer/s: EVAN NIALL WALSH, JOSHUA SIMPSON MCCLOREY, PETER JAMES O'HANLON, ROSS AARON FARRELLY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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