Strut

  • Baby do you know who I think you are?
    You are a dream, you are a star
    So let it out, bringing home a scene
    And show the world exactly what you mean

    Baby strut
    Let me see you walk, strut
    Let your body talk, strut
    Show me how you work, strut

    When you lay it down, how you hurt me so
    No need to stop, baby go, go, go
    You are a freak of nature by the way you move
    Just be yourself, you got nothing to prove

    Baby strut
    Let me see you walk, strut
    Let your body talk, strut
    Show me how you work
    This is a chance for you to go berserk baby

    Strut, strut, strut, strut

    When you feel the need, the need to express
    Whether it be pain or happiness
    Take it to the street, cause it is your stage
    Just be yourself, and bust out of your cage

    Baby strut
    Let me see you walk, strut
    Let your body talk, strut
    Let me see you work, strut, strut

    Let me see you walk, strut
    Let your body talk, strut
    Let me see you work
    This is your chance for you to go berserk
    Baby strut

    Let me see you walk, strut
    Let your body talk, strut
    Let me see you work
    This is your chance for you to go berserk
    Baby strut

    Let me see you walk, strut
    Let your body talk, strut
    Let me see you work
    This is your chance for you to go berserk
    Baby strut Writer/s: LENNY KRAVITZ
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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