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Quixote – Direction Sensor lyrics

Don't ask me now
I'll tell you later
I'll think about it
And I'll tell you later
I'll figure it out, you say
And I'll tell you later
Don't ask me now

Missiles over mountains
Crashing into backyards
Is what I feel like
Is what it feels like
Missiles over mountains
Crashing into backyards

I can direct the sun
Turn out the lights
Hold me closer
Turn on the lights
Not my fault
Turn out the lights
I need direction
Turn out the lights

You are a sensor
Illuminate my center
You are my sensor
Illuminate my sensor

You are my sensor
I get direction
Turn out the lights
I get direction

Illuminate!
I will see!
Illumination!

Illuminate!
I will see the light!

(Oh)
I need direction
Turn on the lights
Hold me closer
Turn on the lights
Now the mountains fall
Turn out the lights
I need direction
Turn out the lights!

Illuminate!
I will see the light!



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