Family Affair

Album: No More Drama (2001)
Charted: 8 1
  • Let's get it crunk, we gon' have fun
    Up on up in this dancerie
    We got ya open, now ya floatin'
    So you gots to dance for me
    Don't need no hateration, holleration
    In this dancerie
    Let's get it percolatin', while you're waiting
    So just dance for me

    Come on everybody get on up
    'Cause you know we gots to get it crunk
    Mary J. is in the spot tonight
    As I'mma make it feel alright (Make it feel alright)
    Come on baby just party with me
    Let loose and set your body free
    Leave your situations at the door
    So when you step inside jump on the floor

    Let's get it crunk, we gon' have fun
    Up on up in this dancerie
    We got ya open, now ya floatin'
    So you gots to dance for me
    Don't need no hateration, holleration
    In this dancerie
    Let's get it percolatin', while you're waiting
    So just dance for me

    It's only gonna be about a matter of time
    Before you get loose and start loose your mind
    Cop you a drink, go head and rock your ice
    'Cause we celebrating No More Drama in our life
    With a great track pumpin', everybody's jumpin'
    Goin ahead and twist your back and get your body bumpin'
    I told you leave your situations at the door
    So grab somebody and get your ass on the dance floor

    Let's get it crunk, we gon' have fun
    Up on up in this dancerie
    We got ya open, now ya floatin'
    So you gots to dance for me
    Don't need no hateration, holleration
    In this dancerie
    Let's get it percolatin', while you're waiting
    So just dance for me

    We don't need, don't need, no haters
    Just try to love one another
    We just want why'all have a good time
    No more drama in your life
    Work real hard to make a dime
    If you got beef, your problem, not mine
    Leave all that BS outside
    We're gonna celebrate all night
    Let's have fun, tonight, no fights
    Turn the great track way
    Making you dance all night and I
    Got some real heat for ya this time
    Doesn't matter if you're white or black
    Let's get crunk 'cause Mary's back

    Let's get it crunk, we gon' have fun
    Up on up in this dancerie
    We got ya open, now ya floatin'
    So you gots to dance for me
    Don't need no hateration, holleration
    In this dancerie
    Let's get it percolatin', while you're waiting
    So just dance for me Writer/s: Andre Young, Asiah Lewis, Bruce Miller, Camara Yero Kambon, Luchana N Lodge, Mary J Blige, Melvin Charles Bradford, Michael A Elizondo
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group, BMG Rights Management
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