Love Unlimited

Album: 100% Colombian (1998)
Charted: 18
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  • Barry White, saved my life
    and if Barry White, saved your life
    Or got you back with your ex-wife [Chorus 1]
    Sing Barry White, Barry White It's alright.

    Now I was watching Banachek, my mind's eye,
    Right back when I was seed and learning my life.
    At night they came together and gave me sight
    He said it's better doing this, than sucking on a pipe.

    Now when she came over, she brought the diskettes
    On and on, she promised to kick this.
    EWF, stole my breath,
    When he finished, there was nothing left.

    Over and over, 'til it's ready,
    Sing about it low and fat, like J.P. Ghetti
    We make it happen, ass slappin
    Sitting on the point to where you never catch us napping
    CO efino, he got the money grips,
    No parking for Saturday night and the pips

    The pips know the hymns, they singing along
    Like knowing new verbs is gonna keep you from the twilight

    (Do a little like that)

    Barry White, Barry White
    You know it's all right

    Over and over, 'til it's ready,
    Sing about it low and fat, like J.P. Ghetti
    We make it happen, ass slappin
    Sitting on the point to where you never catch us napping
    CO efino, he got the money grips
    No parking for Saturday night and the pips Writer/s: BRIAN ANDREW LEISER, HUGH THOMAS MORGAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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