"Photobooth" as written by Edward David Huw Macfarlane, Edward John Frederick Gibson and Jack Barnaby Savidge....
You and me in the photobooth
Waiting for the flash and close the curtain urgently
You and me like young lovers do
Timing for the kiss and close enough to hear you breathe

You and me in the photobooth
Waiting for the flash, style with a cup of tea
You and me in the photobooth
Giving it the natch, posing like we're this year's models

You take a lot and call me up
You show up
I suppose you're right, I tell a lie
You miss

You wanna shake it right down
You wanna leave me somehow
On black and white negatives
You wanna shake it right

You wanna shake it right down
You wanna leave me somehow
On black and white negatives
So you wanna shake it right

You and me in the photobooth
You and me like young lovers do
You and me in the photobooth
Waiting for the flash, style with a cup of tea
You and me in the photobooth
Giving it the natch, posing like we're this year's models

You take a lot and call me up
You show up
I suppose you're right, I tell a lie
You miss

You wanna shake it right down
You wanna leave me somehow
On black and white negatives
You wanna shake it right

You wanna shake it right down
You wanna leave me somehow
On black and white negatives
So you wanna shake it right

You and me in the photobooth
You and me in the photobooth




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"Photobooth" as written by Edward John Frederick Gibson Edward David Huw Macfarlane

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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