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(feat. Tim Armstrong)

Into Action!

Let's get moving into action
Let's get moving into action
If your life's too slow, no satisfaction
Find something out there, there's an attraction
If you hesitate now, that's a subtraction
So, let's get moving boy into action

Come on quick now keep it up
We're inviting this town
All the kids are showing up
When we bring the sound

Hop into my pick up truck
Roll it them the ground
Get your gear, load it up
Gonna hold it down

If you start with nothing
Gotta build it up
If you got a dream
You gotta follow it up

Let's get moving into action
Let's get moving into action
If your life's too slow, no satisfaction
Find something out there, there's an attraction
If you hesitate now, that's a subtraction
So, let's get moving boy into action

Shake it, shake it, shake it out
Make a move and make it now
Come on, come on feel the blow
Baby let it, let it go

Underneath the underground,
So subliminal our sounds
Cause the method won't be found
But there's maddness all around

We break it down so know, so low
So tell me something that I don't know

Let's get moving into action
Let's get moving into action
If your life's too slow, no satisfaction
Find something out there, there's an attraction
If you hesitate now, that's a subtraction
So, let's get moving boy into action



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