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She Builds Quick Machines

Hold fast, motor off
Come strong, let it roll.
Ice cold desert stone
She build a quick train
Seems to keep the motor clean.
So this is kind of weapon sheen
She's always quick to find
And breaking through tonight
I could feel the way they push straight down
I could feel the way they stood them ground.

Roll over, right
Keep it through the night, right, right
Keep it through the night
Right in my sight, keep it through the night
I'll smash right through your spotlight

She ran away to Texas
To keep away the access
Oh, ripped and beggin', stroke back Texas
She burnt through the heritage
Desert 'cross America,
And they all look sexual so far from home
I could feel the way they push straight down
I could feel the way they stood them ground.

Roll over, right
Keep it through the night, right, right
Keep it through the night
Right in my sight, keep it through the night
I'll smash right through your spotlight

What you give, is what you take.
What you bleed, is what you break
I feel for you
I'd steal for for you
I'd take, I'd take, I'd take, I'd take, I'd take, I'd take, I'd take, I'd take

(guitar solo)

I could feel the way they push straight down
I could feel the way they stood them ground.

Roll over, right
Keep it through the night, right, right
Keep it through the night
Right in my sight, keep it through the night
I'll smash right through your spotlight



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