"Break It Up" as written by and Alan Poettcker Alex Johnson....
I'd like to see you on a big yellow bike,
With two training wheels tightly
Holding yourself as you break into the day.
Now you're grown up, and you're far away,
Far from reflections of youth,
Of when you weren't dazed (It's a shame)

So what about your princess?
(So what about your princess?)
Somebody's gonna save your day
So what about your princess,
Crying on the front steps,
Nobody's gonna come and save your day

Say way your way (way your way)
Save your day
Say way your way (way your way)
Save your day

[Chorus: x2]
Break,
Break,
Break,
Break it up
Shake,
Shake,
Shake,
Shake it up
We know,
We know you all too well

We know you all too well

I'd like to see you sailing high like a kite,
With no strings holding you tightly,
As you float above where you would never stray,
But now you're gone and you're far away,
Far from every birds eyes view,
Of when you were caged (it's a shame)

So what about your princess? (So what about your princess?)
Somebody's gonna save your day (WHOA)
So what about your princess,
Crying on the front steps,
Nobody's gonna come and save your day

Say way your way (way your way)
Save your day
Say way your way (way your way)
Save your day

[Chorus: x2]

Things would always look better,
Once I finally get her view down from the top
I get a view down from the top
(WHOA OH OH)

[Chorus]

On and on,
Around it goes and back again,
I'm learning when to know to throw the towel in,
On and on,
Around it goes and back again,
I'm learning when, so I'm all in
HEY! HEY! HEY!

[Chorus: x3]

Things already look better,
Things already look better, better (YEAH)
We know you all too well.

[Chorus]

BREAK, BREAK, BREAK, IT UP!


Lyrics submitted by fameman97

"Break It Up" as written by Alex Johnson Brad Fry

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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