"Supasonic" as written by James Dearness Hogarth and Beverley Knight....
The morning after, oh what a night
This little picture was painted right
I got the memory stuck in my mind
Now I want your body on permanent rewind
Some folks just like a little
But oh, I need a lot
Are you designed for overtime?
To give me all you got?

Just call me supasonic
Too much for eyes to see
A freaky workaholic
Can you keep you with me
Just call me supasonic
I'll leave you in a spin
'Cause when you think you've done it
I'm about to start again
Say yes, say no, don't take too long
Blink and I'll be gone
Long, long gone

Boy I ain't playin, I've just begun
You best be staying, my love is far from done
Don't leave me wishing you had a twin
Don't be resisting - get up and get in
It's like I'm always hungry
Can't kerb this appetite
I'll take my cake and I'll eat it too
Can't stop at just one bite

Just call me supasonic
Too much for eyes to see
A freaky workaholic
Can you keep you with me
Just call me supasonic
I'll leave you in a spin
'Cause when you think you've done it
I'm about to start again
Say yes, say no, don't take too long
Blink and I'll be gone
Long, long gone

Just call me supasonic
Too much for eyes to see
A freaky workaholic
Can you keep you with me
Just call me supasonic
I'll leave you in a spin
'Cause when you think you've done it
I'm about to start again
Say yes, say no, don't take too long
Blink and I'll be gone

Just call me supasonic
Too much for eyes to see
A freaky workaholic
Can you keep you with me
Just call me supasonic
I'll leave you in a spin
'Cause when you think you've done it
I'm about to start again
Say yes, say no, don't take too long
Blink and I'll be gone
Long, long gone


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"Supasonic" as written by James Dearness Hogarth Beverley Knight

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