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Kiko Francesco Fisichella – Don't Blush lyrics

Mom says I'm a bad boy
My neighbor says I am a criminal
Children say I am the boogeyman
The priest says I will go to hell

You are free to say whatever you want
You are free to do what you want
I will always be as I am
I will always be as I am

My ex girlfriend says I'm a killer
Judges say that I am guilty
The bourgeoisie say I'm rubbish
When I walk people close their eyes

Don't blush Don't blush
When I dance with a doll
Don't blush Don't blush
When I dance with a guy
Don't blush Don't blush
When I dance with a dog uo uo uo

Sorry but I am the superstar
Sorry but I am the only one
Sorry but I am the superstar
Sorry but I am the only one

My psychiatrist says I've a lot of problems
My best friend says that I'm dangerous
My teacher says that I am an ignorant
The priest says I will go to hell

Don't blush Don't blush
When I dance with a doll
Don't blush Don't blush
When I dance with a guy
Don't blush Don't blush
When I dance with a dog uo uo uo
Sorry but I am the superstar
Sorry but I am the only one
Sorry but I am the superstar
Sorry but I am the only one



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/k/kiko_francesco_fisichella/dont_blush.html

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