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Time to get the riot started
Starry eyed and down for whatever
Take your aim and hit the target
Ready-steady-go for whenever

This monkey-nation
Is coming out the basement tonight
And when the whip cracks down...
You better start to move your feet
Cause those sixteen tons fall heavy
When they hit the street
And when the walls come down
We'll be shaking like there's no tomorrow
Oooohh... Yeah...

Five times five you'll never make it out alive
Nine times nine it's time to let your diamond shine

This zombie-nation
Is coming out the closet tonight

Yeah when the Freaks come out
They will take the lead and you will follow
And when the walls come down
We'll be shaking like there's no tomorrow
Oooohhh... oohh Yeaahh

Time to get the riot started
Starry eyed and down for whatever
Take your aim and hit the target
Ready-steady-go for whenever

This monkey-nation
Is coming out the basement tonight
And when the whip cracks down...
You better start to move your feet
Cause those sixteen tons fall heavy
When they hit the street
Oooohh... Yeah...



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