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Check out Ireland's entry!





You say you’re on it but you just don’t know
You’re spending money like you’re on death row
You must be mis-educated
By all the guys that you dated
You think I’ll take the bait but I don’t think so
hhhh
Am I headed for a car crash?
Ohhhh
Im just about to meet my match, she takes the
Ohhhh
I’m about to fall in head first
Sisters let me tell you how it works
HEY!
(CHORUS)
She’s got her lipstick on
Here I come, da da dum
She’s got her lipstick on
Hit and run, then I’m gone
Check my collar, collar, hey, hey, ey
Check my collar, collar, hey, hey, ey
Oooohh, Oooohh
You look at me and I got you in mind
I come on over see what I could find
No appetite for delusion
I could’ve been what I’m losin’
You’re saying yes when it is no, no, no, no
Ohhhh
Am I headed for a car crash?
Ohhhh
Is this about to be my next, she takes the
Ohhhh
I’m about to fall in head first
Sisters let me tell you how it works
(CHORUS x2)
It’s not that I don’t wanna play (play, play)
And then I didn’t look your way (way, way)
It’s not like every girl’s the same (same, same)
You gotta know just how to treat this miss
Or she will be dismissed
Heyyyyy
(CHORUS x2)
Here I come
Here I come
dum da dum da dum da dum
(x2)
Hit and run
Hit and run
dum da dum da dum da dum
Then I’m gone
Then I’m gone
Gone, gone, gone, gone

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