FRANK | Turn It Up

LYRICS:

Turn it up, turn it up
I feel the knock knock on my lock
When you burn it up, barely stop
I feel it rock and roll

Gonna swing in town cos' I know that I can
I said bounce in town like I know that you can
I put your hand in, you put your hand there
I said play you like a round
With a rhythm that you said

Oh, I feel you grind
Even your shoes are fine
Dancing at a rate I can feel the heat
The body shock you're giving me right now
Wanna find some piece of mind right now

Don't make me turn it up, turn it up
I feel the knock knock on your lock
When you burn it up, barely stop
I'm feeling rock and roll

I've been running round and round
Chasing dragons upside down
Someone knocking on my door
Won't you please
Won't you please just leave me alone
Left my head swinging on the line
Vodka sweat running down my spine
Dropped my dreams on the sticky floor
Won't you please
Won't you please just leave me alone
Don't want the night to stop
Just need one more drop
Come on, come on
Gotta bring me back
On the running track
If I'm gonna go down

Don't make me turn it up, turn it up
I feel the knock knock on your lock
When you burn it up, barely stop
I'm feeling rock and roll

They give me a deep down dirty dog

I've got a secret for you
Though you've heard it before
But I really have to to question
What you're intent is for
You're really getting to me
I see the look on your face
Where your love's displaced
And I feel like this could maybe be
The end

INFORMATION:
x appears on:
Frank - Devil's Got Your Gold (2006)

x Written by Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins, Tim "Rolf" Larcombe, Shawn Lee & Frank.
Produced by Brian Higgins and Xenomania.
Keyboards and programming by Jon Shave, Tim "Rolf" Larcombe, Brian Higgins & Helena Dowling.
Guitars: Shawn Lee & Bryony Afferson.
Drums/ drum programming by Hayley Wardle.
Mixed by Tim Powell and Brian Higgins.
Published by Warner Chappell/ Xenomania.

REVIEWS:
x (...) carries a distinct Girls Aloud feel to it. It's... well dub, backing track carries a heavy bass line which frankly makes this track sound like some kind of drum and bass vs. Bubblegum pop mash-up. That is fortunately, quite a good thing thanks to the professional air about it all. Gary Lancaster

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