Shake What God Gave Ya

Album: Shake What God Gave Ya (2010)
  • You been workin' all week long
    Now you're dyin' to cut loose
    ? all nine to five
    For some twelve bob blues

    Let music tell your brain
    What your body wants to do
    Get on your feet, get out of your seat
    I know you feel this groove

    Come on, shake what God gave ya
    Oh, come on, shake what God gave ya
    All God's children, gotta shake what God gave ya
    Come on, people now, shake what God gave ya

    Throw your arms up in the air
    Clap your hands and stomp your feet
    Let the man with the bass guitar
    Just set your spirit free

    Well, don't worry what your friends might think
    'Cause they all be dancin' too
    Well, just get down and get loud
    It's time to break some rules

    Come on, shake what God gave ya
    Oh, pretty baby, just shake what God gave ya
    All God's children, gotta shake what God gave ya
    Well, come on, people now, shake what God gave ya

    Oh, yeah
    Oh, oh, yeah
    Gotta shake this
    Shake-shake this
    Oh, play that ? song

    You been workin' all week long
    Now you're dyin' to cut loose
    ? all nine to five
    For some dancin' shoes

    And just shake what God gave ya
    Come on, people, now shake what God gave ya
    All God's children, gotta shake what God gave ya
    Oh, pretty mama, just shake what God gave ya
    Oh, yeah

    Now shake it, baby
    Shake it
    Come on, shake it, baby
    Oh, get down
    Oh, you're lookin' good
    Oh, shake it, shake it Writer/s: JAMES OTTO, RICHARD BELMONT (MONTY) POWELL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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