"Turn It Up" as written by Steven Michael Marsden, L Allen, Lowell Dunbar, Lloyd Willis, C Campbell, C. Anderson, C. Morris and H. Morris....
September falls right into place (eh eh eh)
Always look at the heat of summer
Come back from the getaway (eh eh eh)
Always look at the heat of summer
The school yard and pavement grey (eh eh eh)
Always look at the heat of summer
I saw your face on that first day (eh eh eh)
Always look at the heat

Plastic talk on TV
Backwards love from your family
All the things we’ll never be
Shut off and turn it up
Let’s drown out our memories
Forget the call and the police?
Tonight it’s you and me
Shut off and turn it up
Shut off and turn it up

Basement smoke in a state of grace (eh eh eh)
Heartbeat cold in the dead of winter
A fire wall at the holy gates (eh eh eh)
Heartbeat cold in the dead of winter
My friends stay up way to late (eh eh eh)
You can’t have love if you don’t have hate (eh eh eh)
Heartbeat cold, heartbeat cold

Plastic talk on the TV
Backwards love from your family
All the things we’ll never be
Shut off and turn it up
One more time no one is lost
If you have it hard, if you have it soft
It’s still not loud enough. It’s still not loud enough!

We have the time, the time is up
We have the time, the time is up
We have the time, the time is up

Shut off and turn it up
Shut off and turn it up
Shut off and turn it up
Shut off and turn it up
Shut off and turn it


Lyrics submitted by lostmindes, edited by ao76421

"Turn It Up" as written by L Allen Steven Michael Marsden

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