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(Verse)
Left home a mystery
Leave school for poetry.
I say goodbye to them and me
Mission velocity.

It made me just run faster now
I’m gonna take it off, driving round,
Make up my mind, leave the windows down.

(Chorus)
I’m in something alright, I know.
I got to live it up,
I can’t resist, make for zero, oh, no.
It turned out like I said it would,
Can I get the world right here?

(Verse)
Step up to symphonies,
They play on for you and me.
When we face that July dawn,
The uniforms one on one, no run.
We chased that summer down.

(Chorus)
I’m in something alright, I know.
I got to live it up,
I can’t resist, make for zero, oh, no.
It turned out like I said it would,
Can I get the world right here?

I can’t resist, make for zero, oh, no.
It turned out like I said it would,
Can I get the word right now?
Hello, you mystery,
Mission velocity.
Here comes our poetry,
New town velocity



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