What Am I Gonna Do With You

Album: Just Another Way To Say I Love You (1975)
Charted: 5 8
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  • You got to do anything
    You got to do anything
    You got to do anything
    You got to do anything

    You got to do anything
    You got to do anything
    You got to do anything

    Oh, baby, sweet baby
    What am I gonna do, yeah, yeah
    Baby, sweet baby, my babe
    What am I gonna do with you, yeah

    Been makin' love for hours
    And, baby, with you goin' strong
    Girl, this night is our
    And, ooh, I swear I feel it comin' on, yeah

    Oh, I know when we get through
    Girl, I won't be able to move
    I don't know just what you got
    I just don't want you to stop
    Givin' me, all of me

    Baby, oh, baby
    Girl, what am I gonna do
    Baby, sweet baby, my babe
    What am I gonna do with you

    Ooh, what a groove thing
    Love how you do it
    Ain't what you got, babe
    Girl, it's how you use it, yeah

    Stay right there, right there, don't you move
    You don't know what I'm going through
    Girl, you made me give it up
    You are unwillin', you're just to much
    You know how to make me “Ow”

    Ooh...ooh...baby
    Ooh...ooh...baby
    Ooh...ooh...baby

    Oh, baby, oh, baby
    Girl, what am I gonna do
    Ah, baby, sweet baby, my babe
    What am I gonna do with you

    Brr...na-na-na-na
    Brr...na-na-na-na
    Ah
    Brr...na-na-na-na
    Brr...na-na-na-na
    Yeah...yeah...eah...eah...

    Baby, oh, baby
    Tell me what am I gonna do with you
    Ah, baby, sweet baby, my babe
    Girl, what am I gonna do with you

    Brr...na-na-na-na
    Brr...na-na-na-na Writer/s: KENNY GAMBLE LEON HUFF
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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