sophie dennis


party in the centre of melbourne


i hoped off the train at melbourne yeah
welcome to the city of fame excess
am i gonna fit in
i jumped in the car
here i am for the millionth time
look to my left and i see the stop sign
this is all so crazy
everybody seems so country
my tummys turning and im feeling kinda car sick
too much pressure and im nervous
so i turn on the radio
and the jay sean song was on
and the jay sean song was on
and the jay sean song was on
so i put my hands up and sing my song
and the sickness faded away

Submitted: Friday, August 17, 2012
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this is a remix of PARTY IN THE U.S.A by miley cyrus

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