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How I wish for a flame that never dies
Like a candle and its flame
Bring back the light

You put on your shoes of lightning
You put on your shoes and run
You’ll be the lightning bolt
So put ’em on

Put on your shoes of fire
You put on your shoes that burn
If you get burned my love
Well, that’s exactly how you learn

Bring on the day to come
And you wear it like a brand new one
You put on your shoes of lightning
Let ’em run
You let ’em run
Let ’em run

There’s always an ugly duckling
There’s always an ugly one
Give her a chance to grow into a pretty, pretty one

There’s always a mean machine
There’s always a beauty queen
Always so many fools that don’t care about the other ones

Bring on the day to come
And wear it like a brand new one
Put on the shoes of lightning
Let ’em run
You let ’em run

Bring on the day to come
And wear it like a brand new one
Put on the shoes of lightning
Put ’em on
Let ’em run

Zap away on your tv
Things that you don’t wanna see
And get your head out of your ass
Ignorance is such bliss

Don’t you stand there like the rest
Without a heart you’ll finish last
Without a heart you’ll finish last

Bring on the day to come
And wear it like a brand new one
You put on the shoes of lightning
Put ’em on
You put ’em on

Bring on the day to come
And wear it like a brand new one
Put on the shoes of lightning
Let ’em run
You let ’em run

Bring on the day to come
And wear it like it’s a brand new one
You put on your shoes of lightning
Let ’em run

I wish for a flame that never dies
Like a candle and its flame
Bring back the light


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