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Light, of course,
Like a flicker in my left eye
Push, move,
Could be perfect if you walk by

I've got lots of pictures in my head,
You'd better not turn off the projector
And I've got lots of pictures in my head,
You'd better not save them all for later

Maybe I, oh get me on fire,
Could take your picture, oh you could get one too
And maybe I, oh get me on fire!
But keep me on, don't switch me off

You can't fight,
Oh what we do what we
Can't do it solo,
But you've got what tickles for me

I've got lots of pictures in my head,
You'd better not turn off the projector
And I've got lots of pictures in my head,
You'd better not save them all for later

Maybe I, oh get me on fire,
Could take your picture, oh you could get one too
And maybe I, oh get me on fire,
But keep me on, don't switch me off

Maybe I, oh get me on fire,
Could take your picture, oh you could get one too
And maybe I, oh get me on fire,
But keep me on, don't switch me off

Keep me on, don't switch me off
Keep me on, don't switch me off
You'd better not turn off the projector!



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