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outter limits

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outter limits

Yew were did you go
Cos you were dressed in yellow, and I was feeling mega mellow 
So you swept the other way 
2sha 
we were like bony and clide, on the side 
cos we both got mums side 
wat can we do 
So come and join my lyrical mixture 
Make a mix tape 
I did not mean to make a move 
I am just devilling back and mevilling  
Did you have any think to make me go back 
See that chick checking me outback she wants to take me to outback

I am choking when spitting these lyrical lyrics 
4 the reasons of treason 
did I step the chart 
my mind tells me to mark 
wat the heak I need to russel up 
cos I just feel the must
to go any further with out you 
cos I am missing missing you 
I would trade the 7 galaxies 4u
 To Reminisce on the days that I have missed
So can you meet me half way 
And take my heart to the outer limits 
To the city of light to make my night delight 
Take me to the dance floor 4 romance more 
Make me feel safe and take me to a place 
That I feel safe 
By the hour 4 hypnotic trance 
I need you 
Your eyes are oceans and I still feel your power by the hour 
Rush our for the 
Christmas flower
I want to take you out to another place 
Making you feel safe 
Safer than before 
Taking me higher 
Higher than before 
As I have seen before 
As the stars grow over me 
You close on me 
With a shadow of dout, you gave me a chance to see were I am 
As I am going to be you knight thought out the night 
Cos I am feeling you
I am clocking you
Stopping you tonight

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