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I need the free time,
I need to get away...
I need the free time,
To get away from you.

I need some me time,
I need the me time,
I need to run away, run away,
Run away, run away tonight...

Yeah...

Ohh, Ohhhh,
Ohh, Ohhhh...

I need the free time,
I need to get away,
I jump in my car,
And ride ride to oblivion.

I need me time,
I need the me time,
I need to run away, run away,
Far away, far away, tonight...

Unlike the sun that shines through a crimson sky,
I have built these walls so you can't get by,
And it's alright, tonight, tonight, it's alright.

Run run run run to your place till you're gone,
Where do you go to be free?
Run run run run to your place till you're gone,
Where do you go to be free?
Run run run run to your place till you're gone,
Where do you go to be free?
Run run run run to your place till you're gone,
Where do you go to be free?

Yeah...

Ohh, Ohhhh,
Ohh, Ohhhh

Unlike the sun that shines through a crimson sky,
I have built these walls so you can't get by,
But it's alright, tonight, tonight, it's alright.

Tonight,
Tonight,
Its alright,
Its alright,
Tonight,
Tonight,
Its alright,
Tonight,
Tonight,
Tonight,
It's Alright.



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