Hi, How Ya Doin'?

Album: G Force (1983)
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  • Hi, how ya doin'?
    Hey, what's happenin' baby?
    Hi, how ya doin'?
    Oooh

    Hi, how ya doin'?
    Oooh
    Oooh

    See that lady
    Yeah the one with the pretty eyes
    I wanna check her out
    See what she's about
    If I can only make her mine
    I hope she
    I hope she smiles
    When I ask her her name
    I hope she
    I hope she smiles
    'Cause she's driving me insane sane sane sane

    Hi, how ya doin'?
    Hey, what's happenin' baby?
    Hi, how ya doin'?
    Oooh

    Hi, how ya doin'?
    Oooh
    Oooh

    Ouh her name is Candy
    And she came here all alone
    And she's really very friendly
    Oh yeah
    I hope she let's me take her home
    Oh yeah

    I hope she
    I hope she smiles
    When I ask her her number
    I hope she
    I hope she smiles
    But I ain't got time to wonder wonder
    Oh

    How ya doin'
    Be mine tonight
    I want girl so much to love you
    Come on darling
    I'm gonna make you mine
    'Cause you're right on time
    Oh

    Hey ladies
    You know what we're gonna do tonight
    Hey ladies

    You know what we're gonna do tonight
    We're gonna do it 'till the morning light

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