Move

Album: Salute (2013)
Charted: 3
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  • Hey baby
    Tell me your name
    I gotta fever for you
    I just can't explain
    But there's just one problem
    I'm a bit old school
    When it comes to lovin'
    I ain't chasing you
    Hate waiting
    I'm on a roll
    You've got to let yourself go

    Whoa, you know that I've been waiting for you
    Don't leave me standing all by myself
    Cause I ain't looking at no one else

    Hey, get your back off the wall
    Don't you get comfortable
    Looking so hot
    I think that I might fall
    Feeling like it's my birthday
    Like Christmas day came early
    Just what I want
    So when we move
    You move

    Hey, get your back off the wall
    Don't you get comfortable
    Looking so hot
    I think that I might fall
    Feeling like it's my birthday
    Like Christmas day came early
    Just what I want
    So when we move
    You move

    Oh silly
    Why you afraid
    Don't be a big baby
    Quit playing games
    And put your arms around me
    You know what to do
    And we can take it down low

    Whoa, you know that I've been waiting for you
    Don't leave me standing all by myself
    Cause I ain't looking at no one else
    Looking at no one else

    Hey, get your back off the wall
    Don't you get comfortable
    Looking so hot
    I think that I might fall
    Feeling like it's my birthday
    Like Christmas day came early
    Just what I want
    So when we move
    You move

    Get your back off the wall
    Don't you get comfortable
    Looking so hot
    I think that I might fall
    Feeling like it's my birthday
    Like Christmas day came early
    Just what I want
    So when we move
    You move

    I know that you wanna
    But you can't cause you gotta
    Stay cool in the corner
    When the truth is that you wanna move
    So move
    I know that you wanna
    But you can't cause you gotta
    Stay cool in the corner
    When the truth is that you wanna move
    So move

    Move it baby, whoa
    You know that I've been waiting for you
    Don't leave me standing all by myself
    Cause I ain't looking at no one else
    Looking at no one else
    Looking at no one else

    Hey! Hey!
    I'm ready, hey
    Boy come and get me
    Don't be scared
    Show me what you do
    Don't you know a girl
    Like a boy who move
    Hey! Hey!
    I'm ready, hey
    Boy come and get me
    Don't be scared
    Show me what you do
    Don't you know a girl
    Like a boy who move

    Get your back off the wall
    Don't you get comfortable
    Looking so hot
    I think that I might fall
    Feeling like it's my birthday
    Like Christmas day came early
    Just what I want
    So when we move
    You move

    Hey! hey! I'm ready, hey
    Boy come and get me
    Don't be scared
    Show me what you do
    Don't you know a girl
    Like a boy who moves

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