Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose

Album: Ain't It Funky (1969)
Charted: 15
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  • Baby give it up or turn it a loose
    Huh, ha
    Baby give it up or turn it a loose
    Baby give it up or turn it a loose
    Huh, ha
    Baby give it up or turn it a loose
    Huh, all right
    Baby give it up, huh, turn it loose, ha
    Yeahhh
    Oh, no, no, no
    Huh
    All right
    Oh, no, no, no, ain't no use
    Baby, give it up, uh, turn it loose
    Baby, feed your soul, turn it loose
    Hey, hey, hey, hey, uh
    Yeahhh
    Hold you tight, got to feed your soul
    With all my might
    I've to squeeze you
    Hold you tight because I love you so
    Baby, huh, give it up, uh, all right
    Turn it loose
    Hey, hey, hey, hey, uh
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no Writer/s: CHARLES BOBBITT, CHARLES FRED BOBBITT
    Publisher: CARLIN AMERICA INC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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