Some system rockin' (x7)
Set it up dj

I'm feeling so real (x2)
Yes yes here we go!
I'm feeling so real (x4)



Set it up dj
I'm feeling so real (x4)

Take me away (x3)
Set it up dj
Take me away (x3)
Oh oh

???????? (x16)

I'm feeling so real (x2)
Yes yes here we go!
I'm feeling so real (x6)


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    you missed some lyrics i think, it says "new york massive" or something later on in the song...shrug

    fall_out_fairyon January 24, 2008   Link
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    Love this song, cant believe i'm only the 2nd person to comment! lol x

    Jennifer-Janeon October 10, 2009   Link
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    I think this is a song about some system that is rocking. The singer is very excited that the DJ is setting it up because it makes him feel 'so real'. At one point he sings New York Massive, this is because, like a lot of people from New York, he is very big.

    Tripper10101on March 01, 2017   Link

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