"Flashdance II" as written by and Matthew/genn Good....
[monkey:] I am a very naughty monkey, and I really think this band is really shit
Ha ha. I'm naught.
[matt:] okay, just forget it man
[boy:] alright you slam your band !
[matt:] you're fired ! I told you! we really fucking hate this band, they suck!

She was a dancer I was out work
She had a law degree, I used to be a clerk
She takes her clothes off for the Japanese
I take my clothes off whenever it suits me
Barely living, but I'm living large
Well it ain't the ending that I fear
So lets go downtown
And walk around til you feel like the walls are caving in
You could sail beside the world tonight
They were taken, and they would ruin you
You could sell us every words tonight
She had a name like April spring
But her mother called her judy
She takes her clothes off for the Japanese
She says they're nicer than most would be
Barely living, but we're living large
Well ain't the middle that I fear
Put in the ground
And wait arund til you feel like the walls are caving in
You could sail beside the world tonight
And they were taken
And they would ruin you
Well her hate is still prettier in person
Prettier than words now, prettier than, prettier than me
You could sail beside the world tonight
You're turning into the biggest it all gets
And my head is so light
You're turning into the biggest it all gets
And my head is so light, so, so light
You could sail beside the world tonight
And they were taken, and they would ruin you
Well her hate is prettier in person
Prettier than words now, prettier than me...


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"Flashdance II" as written by Matthew Good Dave Genn

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