Look at you
Looking through the window
Wanna see everything tomorrow

A silhouette of me
Is all you wanna see
You know that nothing is for free-yee-yee-yee

Why don't you
Come and be
My Superstar
I know you wanna be (I know you wanna feed)!!!!!
My superstarvation

My superstarvation

You stare
Nowhere
Do you care
You close your insides
And you're paralyzed
By your own fear

You swallow what you breathe
Inhale what's left of me
You know that nothing is for free-yee-yee-yee

Why don't you
Come and be
My Superstar
I know you wanna be (I know you wanna feed)
My superstarvation

Tied up and carried away
You think you lost yourself
And I think that I got the news for you
I'm the one that you want to give it to

Dried up and withered away
You think you lost yourself

And I think that I got the news for you
I'm the one that you want to give it to

That you want to give it to

Look at me
On the screen
You're wishing
Telling me
Everything
That's missing

A silhouette of me
Is all you wanna see
You know that nothing is for free-yee-yee-yee-yee

Why don't you
Come and be
My Superstar
I know you wanna be (I know you wanna feed)
My superstarvation

Come to me and Come with me
Come to me and come with me
Come to me and come with me
My superstarvation


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