Express Yourself

Album: Electronic Earth (2012)
Charted: 12
  • I say the same thing twice I'm awkward when I speak
    Ain't got the perfect smile don't turn heads on my street
    Trying to be a superstar like everybody else
    But being myself is something I do well
    Whatever you do, do it good
    Whatever you do, do, do, do, lord, lord, lord
    Do it good, alright

    Express yourself, express yourself, whoa do it
    See it's not what you look like, when you doing what you doing
    Express yourself, whoa do it
    I don't make the papers I am far from JLS (JLS)
    Ain't got the x factor I'm not what they expect (Listen)
    But it won't be long before my turn is next, to express
    Now without you expect
    See whatever I do, I do it good
    Do, do, do, do, do, do, do
    So whatever you do, do, do, do, lord, lord, lord
    Do it good,

    Express yourself, express yourself, whoa do it
    See it's not what you look like, when you doing what you doing
    Express yourself, whoa do it

    Loose myself in time, tearing too high
    Shooting what you got, whoa
    It's nothing wrong with perfect and perfect
    Now it's your time to shine
    Express yourself, click your fingers now
    Express yourself, come on,

    See it's not what you look like, when you doing what you doing
    Express yourself, whoa do it
    See it's not what you look like, when you doing what you doing
    Express yourself, come on now, yeah, come on, now,
    Come on now, yeah, come on, now,
    Come on now, yeah, come on, now,
    Come on now, yeah, come on, now Writer/s: Charles W. Wright
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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