Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine

Album: Soul Classics (1970)
Charted: 32 15
  • Fellas, I'm ready to get up and do my thing (yeah go ahead!)
    I wanna get into it, man, you know (go ahead!)
    Like a, like a sex machine, man, (yeah go ahead!)
    Movin', doin' it, you know
    Can I count it off? (Go ahead)
    One, two, three, four!

    Get up, (get on up)
    Get up, (get on up)
    Stay on the scene, (get on up), like a sex machine, (get on up)
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Stay on the scene, (get on up), like a sex machine, (get on up)
    Get up, get on up
    Stay on the scene, (get on up), like a sex machine, (get on up)

    Wait a minute!
    Shake your arm, then use your form
    Stay on the scene like a sex machine
    You got to have the feeling, soon as you're born
    Get it together, right on, right on

    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up

    You said, you said you got the
    You said the feeling you got to get
    You give me the fever 'n' a cold sweat
    The way I like, it is the way it is
    I got mine, don't worry 'bout his

    Get up, get on up
    Stay on the scene, (get on up), like a sex machine, (get on up)
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up

    Bobby! Should I take 'em to the bridge?
    (Go Ahead!)
    Take 'em on to the bridge!
    (Take 'em to the bridge!)
    Should I take 'em to the bridge?
    (Yeah!)
    Take 'em to the bridge?
    (Go Ahead!)
    Hit me now!
    Come on!

    Stay on the scene, like a sex machine!
    The way I like it, is the way it is
    I got mine, (dig it!), he got his

    Stay on the scene, like a lovin' machine
    Stay on the scene, like a lovin' machine
    Stay on the scene

    I wanna count it off one more time now
    (Go ahead!)
    You wanna hear it like it did on the top fellas?
    (Yeah!)
    Hear it like it did on the top?
    (Yeah!)
    Hit it now!

    Get on up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get on up, get on up

    Stay on the scene, (get on up), like a lovin' machine, (get on up)
    Get up, get on up

    Taste, (get on up)
    Bein', (get on up)
    Taste, (get on up)
    Bein', (get on up)

    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Stay on the scene, like a sex machine

    You gotta have the feelin', (get on up)
    Soon as you're born, (get on up)
    Get it together, right on, right on
    Right on, right on, (right on, right on)
    Right on, right on, (right on, right on)
    Right on, right on, (right on, right on)

    Get up, (get on up)
    Get up, (get on up)
    And then, shake your money maker
    Shake your money maker
    Shake your money maker
    Shake your money maker
    Shake your money maker
    Shake your money maker
    Shake your money maker

    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up

    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up
    Get up, get on up

    Can we hit it like we did one more time, from the top
    Can we hit like that one more time
    (One more time!)
    One more time!
    Let's hit it and quit! (Go ahead!)
    Can we hit it and quit? (Yeah!)
    Can we hit it and quit? (Yeah!)
    Can we hit it and quit? (Yeah!)
    Hit it! Writer/s: RANDY MULLER, KAREEM BROWN, BRENCE SKINNER, LARRY JOHNSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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