I've Got Soul

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  • I see you shaking in your boots
    Why won't you put your petty fears aside
    It's time to get your dancing shoes
    Well I'm about to show you why

    I've got soul
    And I'm not afraid to use it
    You want more
    I can show you how we do it
    Don't just stand, just stand still
    Don't just stand, just stand still
    Don't just stand, just stand still
    Don't just stand, 'cause I, I got, I got soul

    I've got a rhythm you can't lose
    If you let your body lead the way
    It's just a syncopated groove
    It might be more than you can take

    I've got soul
    And I'm not afraid to use it
    You want more
    I can show you how we do it
    Don't just stand, just stand still
    Don't just stand, just stand still
    Don't just stand, just stand still
    Don't just stand, 'cause I, I got, I got soul

    I've got soul
    And I'm not afraid to use it
    You want more
    Let me show you how we do it
    'Cause you know that I got soul Writer/s: ISAAC HANSON, TAYLOR HANSON, ZAC HANSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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