Do I have to do Sit Ups,
If I wanna be a rockstar?
Do I need to make millions,
If I wanna be free?

Should I come with a cliché?
Should I hide in a big car?
You say the money doesn't matter.
Well, let's check and see.

Cause you look sexy, you look fine.
How I wish that you were mine.
You look sexy, you look hot.
Is that really all we've got?
In the end, you pretend
You're my friend,
But you're not.

Tell me that I'm gonna be the king of the world.
I know it's never gonna happen.
But if you could be mine
I will wake up in the morning
And I'll look at your beautiful face.
I know it's gonna be a wonderful day.


Did you wanna be a hooker?
Or did you wanna be a model?
Well, did you wanna be famous?
Did you wanna be free?


I can see that you're a looker,
But keep your love in a bottle.
And your skimpy clothes will go a long, long way with me , with me, with me.


You look sexy, you look fine.
How I wish that you were mine.
You look sexy, you look hot.
Is that really all we've got?
In the end, you pretend
Cause I don't wanna stop.

Tell me that I'm gonna be the king of the world.
I know it's never gonna happen
But if you could be mine.
I will wake up in the morning
And I'll look at your beautiful face.
I know it's gonna be a wonderful day.

Through the smog
The sky is blue
And angels all were sinners too.
And baby I'll be good to you.
If you tell me what you want I'm gonna do that to you.

Everybody wants to be the king of the world…


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