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Sicko – Beam Me Up, Denny lyrics

Beam me up Denny, I've got to get away,
Things are getting weirder and stranger every day,
There's problems with this planet that no one's gonna fix,
And I'm thinking that we could be making it
If we were to be taking off really quick

It's the end of the world and I think we'd better blow,
Maybe Seti 7 to Romulus we'll go

What are you gonna say when we get away?
If the situation comes will you rise to the day?
Or will you kinda be wishing that we would have stayed?
What are you gonna say when we get away?

Beam me up Denny I really gotta go,
Things are getting hairy and you're working kinda slow,
I hope the transporter is something you can fix,
And I'm thinking that we could be making it
If we were to be taking off really quick.

It's the end of the world and I think we'd better move,
Maybe Seti 7 or a Romulan moon

What are you gonna say when we get away?
If the situation comes will you rise to the day?
Or will you kinda be wishing that we would have stayed?
What are you gonna say when we get away?
What are you gonna say when we get away?
What are you gonna say when we get away?



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