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Lyrics 11:59 Blondie

Song Lyrics For 11:59 by Blondie


Blondie


Leaning in your corner like a candidate for wax
Sidewalk social scientist don’t get no satisfaction from your cigarette
It’s ten to ten and time is running out
Lock up all your memories, get outa here, you know that we can run
Today can last another million years
Today could be the end of me
It’s 11:59, and I want to stay alive
Pumping like a fugitive in cover from the night
Take it down the freeway like a bullet to the ocean
Wait until the morning, take tomorrow by the hand
Take it down the highway like a rocket to the ocean, we can run
Today can last another million years
Today could be the end of me
It’s 11:59, and I want to stay alive
Hanging on a frequency and burning like a fire
Boy you’ve got the motion down, it’s getting late, I’m tired and I’ve lost control
Don’t leave me here, time is running out
Take me down the highway like a rocket to the ocean, we can run
Today can last another million years
Today could be the end of me
It’s 11:59, and I want to stay alive

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The Tune 11:59 by Blondie

Blondie Artist Fact:

Blondie got their first record deal with Private Stock Records in the mid 70s, and released their debut album Blondie in 1976.
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