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When the Lights Go Down

by Armand Van Helden

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When the lights go down in your town, And the band begins to play, You can feel the energy coming From the people as they say When the lights go down in your town, And the band begins to play, You can feel the energy coming From the people as they say When the lights go down in your town, And the band begins to play, You can feel the energy coming From the people as they say When the lights go down in your town, And the band begins to play, You can feel the energy coming From the people as they say Everybody calls him wonderkid Everybody calls him wonderkid Everybody calls him wonderkid Everybody calls him wonderkid Everybody calls him wonderkid He gets kicks from guitar licks When the lights go down in your town, And the band begins to play, You can feel the energy coming From the people as they say When the lights go down in your town, And the band begins to play, You can feel the energy coming From the people as they say

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