Jump To It

Album: Jump To It (1982)
Charted: 42 24
  • Jump, jump, jump to it
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    Jump, jump, jump to it

    (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Girl, I got to go
    (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
    I got to go now, really
    Yeah, I'm kinda in a hurry (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Uh-huh, here's the reason why

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh)
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ooh, ho, ho, ooh, ho, ooh, ho, shabba, doda, la, dwee, da)

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Do, do, dwee, do, do, do, dwee, do, do)
    (Huh, huh, huh)
    Jump, jump, jump to it (He, baby, baby)

    My baby loves me
    He told me that
    And I never question
    That point or fact

    There is no fighting
    Scandal or shame
    Uh, he really moves me
    Drives me insane

    I can't talk to you now, girl, I got love to get
    When my baby calls I got jump to it
    I'm in a hurry, there's love to get
    When my baby calls I jump, jump, jump to it

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Oh, ho, oh, ho, oh)
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ooh, ooh, huh, huh, huh)

    I just can't wait till
    Today at four
    That's when my sweet thing
    Said he would call

    Please don't keep me waitin'
    It's 3:59
    Ring-ding, hello, baby
    Oh, come please be mine

    Girl, I can't talk to you now, I got love to give
    When my baby calls I got jump to it
    I'm in a hurry, there's love to get
    When my baby calls I jump, jump, jump, to it

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Oh, ho, oh, ho, oh, ho, oh, yeah)
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ooh, ho, ho, ooh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, now)

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (I got to zip and I jump, jump, jump to it, oh)
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (I really flip and I jump, jump, jump to it, oh, ho, huh)

    Now Kelly (Jump to it)
    You know when we talk we have a lot of fun, don't we, girl
    Dishin' out the dirt on everybody
    And givin' each other the 411 on who drop kicked who this week
    You know what I'm talkin' 'bout

    When my baby call, shout dee, dee, dee, dee (Jump to it)
    Ooh, oh, ho
    When my baby calls, sha, wee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee, dee

    (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    (Yeah yeah yeah)
    Oh, oh, ho, ho, oh, ho, uh (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah (Yeah, yeah, yeah) huh

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (I really flip and I jump, jump, jump to it)
    Jump, jump, jump to it (Oh)

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ho, ho, boy, and I jump, jump, jump to it)
    Jump to it (Oh)

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (I really skip and I jump, jump, jump to it)
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ooh, boy)

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ho, ho, and I jump, jump, jump to it)
    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Ooh, when my baby calls)

    Jump, jump, jump to it

    (I really flip and I jump, jump, jump to it)
    Jump, jump, jump to it (oh, ho)

    Jump, jump, jump to it
    (Uh-huh, yeah, and I jump and I jump and I jump)
    (Jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump to it)
    (Ooh, yeah) Jump, jump, jump to it (Hey)

    Jump, jump, jump to it oh yeah
    Jump to it
    Jump, jump, jump to it Writer/s: Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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