Work

Album: Fantasy Ride (2009)
Charted: 52
  • [Ciara:]
    This train is coming back again
    Extravaganza, you should run and tell a friend
    Kings and queens are posted at the bar
    Buckin' down, it's time to take it all

    Walk that walk (walk)
    Show me how you move it and you
    Walk that talk (talk)
    Let's just snap in to it
    It's your chance now
    Girl you better dance now
    It's your time to show it all
    The spotlight is on you, you better

    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work... bitch you better work!
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work, bitch you better work!

    [Ciara:]
    You gotta shake that thang like a donkey
    And go hard for it, xxxxx you better work!

    [Missy Elliott:]
    You better swing from a paw like a monkey
    And go hard for it, xxxxx you better work!

    [Ciara:]
    'Cause big girls get down on the flo'

    [Ciara and Missy Elliott:]
    And make it jiggle, jiggle, jiggle you ain't know
    Ain't no shame, it's the name of game
    Now everybody down to the flo', here we go!

    [Ciara:]
    We got the rhythm of the be-be-beat
    We got the rhythm of the beat
    We got the rhythm of the hands
    Let's get the rhythm of the feet
    Jump in, jump out
    Jump in, jump out
    Jump in, jump out
    Jump in, jump out

    Walk that walk (walk)
    Show me how you move it and you
    Walk that talk (talk)
    Let's just snap in to it
    It's your chance now
    Girl you better dance now
    It's your time to show it all
    The spotlight is on you, you better

    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work, bitch you better work!
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work, bitch you better work!

    You better eat that food like ya hungry
    'Till there's nothing left, boy work

    [Missy Elliott:]
    'Cause I'm a cook that meal when you want it
    It's the best, yes and have you for dessert

    [Ciara:]
    'Cause this girl get down on the flo'
    And make it jiggle, jiggle, jiggle, ye ain't know

    [Ciara and Missy Elliott:]
    Ain't no shame, it's the name of game
    Now everybody down to the flo', here we go!

    [Ciara:]
    We got the rhythm of the be-be-beat
    We got the rhythm of the beat
    We got the rhythm of the hands
    Let's get the rhythm of the feet
    Jump in, jump out
    Jump in, jump out
    Jump in, jump out
    Jump in, jump out

    Walk that walk (walk)
    Show me how you move it and you
    Walk that talk (talk)
    Let's just snap in to it
    It's your chance now
    Girl you better dance now
    It's your time to show it all
    The spotlight is on you, you better

    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work, bitch you better work!
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work work work
    Work work, bitch you better work!

    It's out to be a fight in this club
    A fight in this club, so get into my mug
    Get into my mug,
    Get buck, get buck
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    Get buck, get buck Writer/s: MARCELLA CHRISTINA ARAICA, MELISSA A. ELLIOTT, CIARA PRINCESS HARRIS, FLOYD NATHANIEL HILLS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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