Five seconds to live
No, you can't go home
Five seconds to live
Click, and I'm gone

You should be here
You should be with us
You should be here
My love...

Go!
We be on fire

You should be here
You should be with us
You should be here
My love...

Go!
We be on fire
What you be on?
Fire!
We be on fire!

He sits alone, wide mouthed melting
Whathehadwhathehadwhathehad just burns
She's spun away by the love gone mad

I'm still burning
I'm still burning
I'm still burning
You know why?

Go!
We be on fire!
And you will be here
You will be with us
You will be here
My love, my love...

Go!
We be on fire
What you be on?
Fire, yeh yeh yeh!
We be on fire!

Too cool, me and you
In the queue
Just waiting to get in
You caught me smiling again
I caught you smiling, baby
Then we get in, we get in

And we danced, with our love
And we dropped, like our love
And we popped, pop, poppa, like our love
Baby!

5-4-3-2...

We be on fire!
We be on
We be on fire!
You know you want it
You know you want it!


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