MIRROR新歌《ASAP》MV (Studio Dance Version) - YoutubeRandom

MIRROR新歌《ASAP》MV (Studio Dance Version)

《ASAP》
主唱: MIRROR
作曲:T-Ma, 徐浩
填詞: 李拾壹
編曲: 陳星翰, 鄭人豪
監製: CMgroovy, 李拾壹

Oh wow~
不想分秒在等待 逐漸沉落苦海 夢想差點淹蓋
不想反應在躲藏 踏在原地不爽 忙碌等天光
讓我闖 可不可盡快將思想去解鎖 (是狂嚎或特別訊號)
任我講 可不可盡快將 心聲説清楚 (不要等 等等不要等) 極不想 一拖再拖

You ready? Everybody
You ready? Everybody steady
You ready? A.S.A.P.
You ready?
Don’t waste no time I’m READY!
Don’t waste no time I’m READY!
Hey Don’t waste no time I’m READY!
You gotta move on Just bring it up
You gotta move on Don’t give it up
You gotta move on We are the crews
You gotta move on No time to lose

光速衝線為將來 日夜遊歷精彩 夢想一刻超載
不止於意料之內 可一其實可再 還不得不愛
讓我闖 可不可盡快將思想去解鎖 (是狂嚎或特別訊號)
任我講 可不可盡快將心聲説清楚 (不要等 等等不要等) 極不想一拖再拖

You ready? Everybody
You ready? Everybody steady
You ready? A.S.A.P.
You ready? Don’t waste no time I’m READY!

我無耐性 太任性 要盡興 一切都係自然反應
我最怕一味等 呆呆等大運 速度感 令人上癮 令人亢奮
等等等 等到死 拒絕命運 等等等 等老死 有失身份
我嘅生活其實我有返話事權 快快手加速有幾遠飛得幾遠
You gotta move on Just bring it up
You gotta move on Don’t give it up
You gotta move on We are the crews
You gotta move on No time to lose

高峰有幾高 已過了半路
若你不捨得放手 不想差點到手的一再漂流
就好好加速繼續遠征 Wow 就好好加速拼命遠征 Wow
You ready? A.S.A.P.
You ready?
Don’t waste no time I’m READY!
Don’t waste no time I’m READY! Hey
Don’t waste no time I’m READY!
You gotta move on Just bring it up
You gotta move on Don’t give it up
You gotta move on We are the crews
You gotta move on No time to lose


Programming: Starr Chen, a H0a
backing vocals: MIRROR, CMgroovy
vocals recorded at Frenzi Studio by Eric Tam and Q2 Studio by Clong
Mixed by Matthew Sim

OP: Blue Moon Productions / Edward Music Publishing / Warner/Chappell Music HK Ltd
/ Goomusic Limited
SP: Warner/Chappell Music HK Ltd / Kobalt Music Publishing Asia Ltd.

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