You Can Get Your Lovin' Right Here

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  • Martina performs this cut with a sensual swagger. The singer penned the song with Leslie Satcher and Rachel Thibodeaux, and she told Billboard magazine: "Leslie had the idea for the song. She said, 'I want you to do something sexy and different. She played a little bit of the idea, and I just loved it. It is different for me, but it also feels very comfortable and natural."

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