Not Gonna Get Us

Not Gonna Get Us” song of t.A.T.u  music band from album “200 Km/H In The Wrong Lane” (2003).

Lyrics:
Not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us
Not gonna get us

Starting from here, let’s make a promise
You and me, let’s just be honest
We’re gonna run, nothing can stop us
Even the night that falls all around us

Soon there will be laughter and voices
Beyond the clouds over the mountains
We’ll run away on roads that are empty
Lights from the airfield shining upon you

Nothing can stop us, not now, I love you
They’re not gonna get us,
They’re not gonna get us
Nothing can stop us, not now, I love you
They’re not gonna get us,
They’re not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us

Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
Get us

We’ll run away, keep everything simple
Night will come down, our guardian angel
We rush ahead, the crossroads are empty
Our spirits rise, they’re not gonna get us

My love for you, always forever
Just you and me, all else is nothing
Not going back, not going back there
They don’t understand,
They don’t understand us
They don’t understand us

Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us

Not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us,
Not gonna get us

Nothing can stop us, not now, I love you
They’re not gonna get us,
They’re not gonna get us
Nothing can stop us, not now, I love you
They’re not gonna get us,
They’re not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us
They’re not gonna get us
Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us

Not gonna get us
Not gonna get us

About t.A.T.u. music band:
t.A.T.u. (Russian: Тату, pronounced [tɐˈtu] ( listen)) were a Russian music duo that consisted of Julia Volkova and Lena Katina. The duo was managed by Russian television producer Ivan Shapovalov while in the group Neposedi. The duo was signed to their own production company, T.A. Music, following the split with Universal Music Russia, and their sub-labels Interscope Records and Neformat.

The duo established their world success with their debut English-language single “All the Things She Said”, which gained acclaim from music journalists and critics. The video of the single, however, generated controversy worldwide, showing the girls kissing in the rain in school uniforms. Along with the number-one single, the following songs “Not Gonna Get Us” and “All About Us” gained success and also charted at number one on other contemporary music charts.

The duo has released six studio albums; three in Russian and three in English. The album 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane achieved huge success worldwide and eventually became the first group ever to get the IFPI Europe platinum award for the same album in two different languages. Due to their success, the duo was recognized as one of the most successful female music acts to emerge in the early decade and have established themselves as the most successful Russian act to date.

When t.A.T.u. was first formed by Shapovalov, Neformat was created as the group’s production company, with Shapovalov and Renski at the head. In 2004, the company was dissolved when t.A.T.u. left Shapovalov.

Since 2005, T.A. Music has been the Moscow-based production company of t.A.T.u. The liner notes that accompanied the release of Dangerous and Moving said that the company was composed of t.A.T.u., Boris Renski, Dasha Mischenko, and Andrey Artischev. After t.A.T.u. broke ties with Universal Music in 2006, it was announced in 2008 that T.A. Music would become the duo’s record label, although only currently in the Russian market. Vesyolye Ulybki was released internationally on iTunes through the T.A. Music label. T.A. Music also now acts as the label and management company for Lena Katina’s solo project.

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