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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #


by Alphaville. Buy album CD: First Harvest 1984-92

Listen to the news, changes are coming soon
Atlantic engineers and cities in the moon
You better look across the ocean, tell me what you see
The southern cross explodes into the colours of the sea
Mighty maomoondog skips across the waves
Kick the door and hit the shore and be somebody else
Supersonic landscapes are melting in your hair
Bubblegum comediens planting skylarks in the air

Here we go with the new sensation
We're on every station
Such a kind of a legend to turn you on
Dig that rhythm, genie and listen to the voice of the dolphins
Listen to your radio

All across the planet, politicians tremble
Continental sister's rocking with the liquid gambler
Now the time is here, now it's coming true
The enigmatic extasy is overwhelming you
Acrobats and comets are streaking by
40.000 sirens are wailing at the sky
Innersexual circuits are cruising without fear
All inviting you for partytiming here

That's the start of the new sensation..
...dig that band

Listen to me, listen to the voice of the dolphin
You better return to the sea
Listen to his majesty
You better return to the sea
You better return to me..


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Album: First Harvest 1984-92 (1980) Lyrics
cd Buy "First Harvest 1984-92" CD
  1. Big in japan
  2. Dance with me
  3. For a million
  4. Forever young
  5. Jerusalem
  6. Lassie come home
  7. Red rose
  8. Romeos
  9. Sensations
  10. Sounds like a melody
  11. Summer rain
  12. The jet set
  13. The mysteries of love
  14. Victory of love


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