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Someones got a home tonight.
Someones got a road tonight.
Someones got a wad, action will be red,
You you wanna worry?
Oo, you're gonna knock em dead.
Someones got a show tonight.
Someones gotta go tonight.
Someones doing rhyme, someone turn your mind.
Someone to lift your eyes up
Leanin toward the light.

So glad to see you here, so glad you could come. (yeah!)
So glad to see you here. carry on. carry on.

Yeah, yeah!
Oh, were going up tonight.
Well in time to make a flight.
The airplanes standing on the runway
Engine nervously waiting for something to bite.

Got to roll tonight.
You got to roll tonight.
Some have got it bad, some have got to do it,
You got it better, and there's nothing to it. no no no no.

So glad to see you here, so glad you could come. yeah!
So glad to see you here. carry on. carry on!

* repeat first verse, then say: ya, oh no no no no, yeah. repeat until end:
Were open tonight for fun.



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