Electricity is surging through my body

The city's lighting up the atmosphere
The sun is falling as the moon appears
The ground is shaking so I know we're near
To the centre of the earth
To the centre of the sound waves

I have no reason in the world to fear
If everyone could feel this everywhere
The ground is shaking so I know we're near
To the centre of the earth
To the centre of the sound waves

The silhouette of a woman
Dancing at sunset
Wrapped around her
In all natural beauty
The silhouette of a woman
Dancing at sunset
See her curves moving in
Perfect symmetry

Electricity is surging through my body

The city's lighting up the atmosphere
The sun is falling as the moon appears
The ground is shaking so I know we're near
To the centre of the earth
To the centre of the sound waves

People want to be free
Free to decide
Free to follow the wind
To see what they may find

Electricity is surging through my body

Wrapped around her in all natural beauty

So here we are bathed in light
Solved in sound saved in sight
Here we are bathed in light
Solved in sound saved in sight
Here we are bathed in light
Solved in sound sacred sight

The city's lighting up the atmosphere
The sun is falling as the moon appears
The ground is shaking so I know we're near
To the centre of the earth
To the centre of the sound waves

Electricity is surging through my body
Electricity is surging through my body

I feel a change

Electricity is surging through my body
Electricity is surging through my body


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