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WET LEG - Wet dream

[Chorus]
Beam me up (Beam me up)
Count me in (Count me in)
Three, two, one (Three, two, one)
Let's begin
Here we go (Here we go)
Here we go (Here we go)
Here we go, here we go, here we go

[Verse 1]
I was in your wet dream, driving in my car
Saw you at the side of the road, there's no one else around
You're touching yoursеlf, touching yourself, touching your—
Touching yourself, touching yourself

[Pre-Chorus]
You said, "Baby, do you want to comе home with me?
I got Buffalo '66 on DVD"
You said, "Baby, do you want to come home with me?
I got Buffalo '66 on DVD"

[Chorus]
Beam me up (Beam me up)
Count me in (Count me in)
Three, two, one (Three, two, one)
Let's begin
Here we go (Here we go)
Here we go (Here we go)
Here we go, here we go, here we go
[Verse 2]
I was in your wet dream, driving in my car
What makes you think you're good enough to think about me
When you're touching yourself, touching yourself, touching your—
Touching yourself, touching yourself?
You climb onto the bonnet and you're licking the windscreen
I've never seen anything so obscene
It's enough to make a girl blush
It's enough, it's enough to make a girl blush

[Bridge]
It's enough, it's enough, it's enough, it's enough
It's enough, it's enough, it's enough, it's enough
(To make a girl blush)
It's enough, it's enough, it's enough, it's enough
It's enough, it's enough, it's enough, it's enough
(To make a girl blush)

[Chorus]
Beam me up (Beam me up)
Count me in (Count me in)
Three, two, one (Three, two, one)
Let's begin
Here we go (Here we go)
Here we go (Here we go)
Here we go, here we go, here we go
Beam me up (Beam me up)
Count me in (Count me in)
Three, two, one (Three, two, one)
Let's begin

“‘Wet Dream’ is a breakup song,” Rhian Teasdale explained in a statement. “It came about when one of my ex’s went through a stage of texting me after we’d broken up telling me that ‘he had a dream about me.'” The song also comes with a video directed by Teasdale.

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