Watch Me Do

Album: Thank You (2016)


  • Packed with swagger and groove, this song serves as the intro to Thank You. Meghan Trainor described it in a track-by-track commentary as a "very sassy fierce anthem. I call it my 'James Brown song'." (She gloats in the empowering anthem about how she, "feel so good like James Brown in his day.")

    Trainor added: "I wrote it with my good buddies J Cash, Lunchmoney Lewis, Ricky Reed and wanted to make a badass anthem about watching me do my thang."

    Lunchmoney Lewis (Jessie J's ("Burnin' Up"), Ricky Reed (Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty") and Jacob "J Kash" Kasher (Maroon 5's "Sugar") previously teamed together to pen Lunchmoney Lewis' hit single "Bills."


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