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This is a song Charles Manson stole from the Beatles
We're stealing it back

When you get to the bottom
You go back to the top of the slide
And you stop and you turn
And you go for a ride
Then you get to the bottom
Then you see me again

Do you, don't you want me to love you
Coming down fast, I'm right here above you
Tell me, tell me, tell me the answer
Ain't no lover but you ain't no dancer

Helter skelter
Helter skelter
Helter skelter, ooh

Do you, don't you want me to make you
I'm coming down fast, now don't let me break you
Tell me, tell me, tell me the answer
You ain't no lover but you ain't no dancer

Helter skelter
Helter skelter
Helter skelter, ooh

When you get to the bottom
You go back to the top of the slide
And you turn and you stop
And you go for a ride
Then you get to the bottom
Then you see me again

Do you, don't you want me to love you
Coming down fast, I'm right here above you
Tell me, tell me, tell me the answer
Ain't no lover but you ain't no dancer

Helter skelter
Helter skelter
Helter skelter, ooh and again

Helter skelter
Helter skelter
Helter skelter, ooh



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