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Dr. Horrible:
Laundry Day
See you there
Underthings
Tumbling
Wanna say
Love your hair
Here I go (Mumbling)
Mumbling

With my freeze ray I will
Stop the world
With my freeze ray I will
Find the time to find the words
To

Tell you how
How you make
Make me feel
What's the phrase?
Like a fool
Kinda sick
Special needs
Anways

With my freeze ray I will
Stop the pain
It's not a Death ray
Or an Ice Beam
That's all Johnny Snow

I just think you need time to know
That I'm the guy to make it real
The feelings you don't dare to feel
I'll bend the world to our will
And we'll make time stand still

That's the plan
Rule the world
You an me
Any day
Love your hair (What?)
I--I-- I love the air... Anyway

With my Freeze Ray
I will stop!



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    UnregisteredApr 27, 2014 at 11:03 pm
    It's actually 'called Laundry Day' and is about how Billy really wants to talk to penny and make her in lib with him but every time he tries he fails. It is pretty much him just day dreaming about talking to her and dancing and stuff. He sings it during the first scene after he reads out his emails but the actual song takes place in the laundromat. It's pretty funny to watch him try to act cool and I definitely recommend the film dr governor's sing a long blog.

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