"Switch It On [Freeform Reform]" as written by Karen Ann Poole, Steve Lipson, Ronald Holden Peterson, Steven R. Wolf and Will Young....
I can see I'm a little unstable
Mystified,I'm tired and unable
To switch it on and switch it off daily
It's OK to, say how you see me
It's about my time,
There's no way,
Please, this isn't working
And I can't breathe
Got No air now

How can I live when I wanna be free
This is my time and these are my needs
It's OK to want before you fall down
Setting me up on a mission of life

Got to, Got to, Go to go crazy

Mm

Can you tell I'm a little bit Hungary
Mr. Fabulous don't impress me
You talk to me with the speech without words
Where the vowels all missing and the truth unheard
Please, this isn't working
I can't breathe
Got No Air now
It's all about the money,
It's all about the fame,
It's not about the way you live your life
This is how I'm gonna break it down now

How can I live when I wanna be free
This is my time and these are my needs
It's OK to want before you fall down
Setting me up on a mission of life

Give it to me, ha ha!

Can't you see I'm a little bit weary
In a three piece suit and shoes that don't fit me
You're bright eyed, bushy tailed, pushing it around
No I won't let it go, no I won't stop, so tough!

How can I live when I wanna be free
This is my time and these are my needs
It's OK to want before you fall down
Setting me up on a mission of life

How can I live when I wanna be free
This is my time and these are my needs
It's OK to want before you fall down
Setting me up on a mission of life

You're setting me up on a mission of life
You're setting me up on a mission of life
You're setting me up on a mission of life
Ha!


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"Switch It On" as written by Stephen Lipson

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