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Radioactive lyrics

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Heartsdales – Radioactive lyrics

(Come on y'all This is Jewels!
Why don't y'all come and join the fun!)
(This is Rum! Hee haw!)

Jewels be sparkling... Fly... Bodacious... Sizzling hot!

* Saa minna de utaou! Radioactive!
Kimi mo watashi mo! Radioactive!

Rum be s***... International... Dangerous... Electrifying!

* Repeat

All the peoples on the left get amped!
Let me hear you say,
"Radio!" (Radio) "Active" (Active)
All the peoples on the right get amped!
Let me hear you say,
"Radio!" (Radio) "Active" (Active)
All the peoples in the front get amped!
Let me hear you say,
"Radio!" (Radio) "Active" (Active)
All the peoples in the back get amped!
Let me hear you say,
"Radio!" (Radio) "Active" (Active)

* Repeat
Ki ni naru aitsu mo! Radioactive!
Koi ni ochitara! Radioactive!



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