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(harold faltermeyer/ chris thompson)
Producers for bonnie: harold faltermeyer/ brian reeves
Recorded in 1990 for the film 'fire, ice and dynamite' starring roger moore. lyrics taken from careful listening.

You gotta breakout!
Speak out, in the world out there
Impossible dreams can take you where
Oooh oooh, you can win it all
Speak out, it's the way you feel
Reaching out can make it real
Oooh oooh, together we can win it all
No more living in a golden cage
There's only one way you're gonna go front page

Chorus:
Oooh, you gotta breakout now
You gotta break out now
You gotta break out
You're taking on the world
Oooh, you gotta breakout now
You gotta break out
It's a full scale shake out
You're taking on the world
Oooh, you gotta break out now
You gotta break out now
You gotta breakout
You're taking on the world
You gotta break out
It's a full scale shake out
You gotta breakout
You're taking on the world
Taking on the world...tonight

Like a cat, on a hot tin roof
It don't take long to see the proof
You can do, anything you want to do
Push it to the limit, don't ever stop
There's only one way you're gonna get on top

(chorus)

Taking on the world
Breakout now
Breakout now
You're taking on the world
Breakout now
Breakout now
You're taking on the world

No more living the under-dog
There's only one way you're gonna get on top

(chorus)
Tonight, tonight, tonight...(repeat chorus and fade)



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/b/bonnie_tyler/breakout.html

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