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Then through the times
Through endings with beginnings
Brown hair and black eye

We just can't leave
Cut the sleeves off your shirt
It's warming up outside

And I am the one
Who's singing out of key now
Ahhhhhh

So try as you could
Daylight in the daytime
Burnt hands feel so good

I said in this light, blazing dynamite
Tan skin looks like gold, tan skin looks like gold
I said in this light, blazing dynamite
Tan skin looks like gold, now I'm sure I know

Then through the times
And then through a railroad
Apartment eight feet wide

Now we can't leave
One sleeve, brown hair, and black eyes
Blue flames, and gold teeth

And I am that kid
Who's laughing back at himself
Oh ahhhhhhh

So try as you will
Daylight in the daytime
I'm here for the thrill

I said in this light, blazing dynamite
Tan skin looks like gold, tan skin looks like gold
I said in this light, blazing dynamite
Tan skin looks like gold, now I'm sure I know

While sparks and fire burned
We loudly sang it stern
Ahhhhhhh
Oh ahhhhhh

And like a movie set
The glow was warm and bright I bet
Ten more frames, and this thing ends

I said in this light, blazing dynamite
Tan skin looks like gold, tan skin looks like gold
I said in this light, blazing dynamite
Tan skin looks like gold, now I'm sure I know



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