Ha Ha Ha Ha (Yeah)

Album: Stiff (2016)
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  • From the moment we met you could see that I was filled with desire
    Only one thing in common baby, but our love is pure fire

    As sure as the birds ought to sing
    I wouldn't ask you to change one thing

    So be yourself
    Try to have a good time
    Be yourself
    Try to have a
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah yeah

    Ain't always fun playing games, but baby baby I get that feeling
    As my name moves across your lips, you see a grown man reeling
    You know the way that you act with with such tact has got me reaching for the ceiling

    You're the one whom I always turn when I'm having trouble dealing

    I'm wanting you like the desert wants a drink
    I'm wanting you like the whole kitchen sink

    So be yourself
    And try to have a good time
    Be yourself
    Try to have a good time
    Ah be yourself

    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah yeah

    I need you I need you I need you
    And there's nothing you can do about it
    Spending many miles away, lots of days to get on stage and sing about it
    Maybe a ramblin' man but I can't, can't be your one if you allow it
    You're a mystery so deep, Archimedes wouldn't think of trying to figure out it

    I need you like bacon needs eggs
    I need you and there's nothing more to say

    So be yourself
    And try to have a good time
    Be yourself
    And try to have a good time
    Be yourself
    And try to have a
    Ha ha ha ha yes
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah
    Ha ha ha ha yeah Writer/s: JAMES PETRALLI, STEVEN TEREBECKI
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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