Shake It

Album: Metro Station (2007)
Charted: 6 10
  • Let's drop!
    Yeah, come on
    Shake, shake

    I'll take you home
    If you don't leave me at the front door
    (Leave me at the front door)
    Your body's cold
    But girl, we're gettin' so warm
    And I was thinking of ways
    That I could get inside
    (Get inside)

    Tonight you're falling in love
    Let me go now
    This feeling's tearing me up
    Here we go now

    Now if she does it like this
    Will you do it like that?
    Now if she touches like this
    Will you touch her like that?
    Now if she moves like this
    Will you move her like that?
    Come on, shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Your lips tremble
    But your eyes are in a straight stare
    (In a straight stare)
    We're on the bed
    But your clothes are laying right there
    And I was thinking of places
    That I could hide
    (I could hide)

    Tonight you're falling in love
    Let me go now
    This feeling's tearing me up
    Here we go now

    Now if she does it like this
    Will you do it like that?
    Now if she touches like this
    Will you touch her like that?
    Now if she moves like this
    Will you move her like that?
    Come on, shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    I saw you dancing
    And I couldn't get you off my mind
    I could tell that you could tell
    That I was taking my time
    But I was thinking of ways
    To get you to stay tonight
    Body's shaking
    Turn me on so I can turn off the lights

    Now if she does it like this
    Will you do it like that?
    Now if she touches like this
    Will you touch her like that?
    Now if she moves like this
    Will you move her like that?
    Come on, shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it

    Shake, shake
    Shake, shake, shake it Writer/s: Mason Musso, Trace Cyrus, Timothy Blake Healy, Anthony Improgo
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 16

  • Zeech from West Palm Beach, FlIt's one of the best songs in the past few years. Very catchy.
  • Mariah from Rainier, OrI had to dance to this in a dance off, we did a lot of cheer moves and lifts, but this song is great to dance to.
  • Emily from Around Chicago, IlThis song is too catchy to dislike for what its about. It reminds me of "Don't Trust Me" by 3!Oh!3!. Both are catchy, but really, really...um...(im stealing your word Blake from London) rude.
  • Ashleigh from ?????, MoI know what the song is about and I still like it. My motto is if you don't like a song don't listen to it. That's what I have to say to all the ppl who dislike this song.
  • Rebecca from Cleveland, Ohoh yaeh defenitely metro station is like the best band in the whole entire world ther is noone that is better.... Mason Musso is going to be my husband before long, he is so amazing... i think i may be a little bit obsessed but i cannot help it when it comes to them

    Rock on because Rebecca loves you...
  • Brittany from Townsville, AustraliaOver here in The Ville (Townsville, Australia) it has been in the top 10 for i dunno how long but its a bloody wicked song, me and 2 other girls made a dance for it!!!
  • Gabbi from San Jose, CaI hate to admit it but I love this song.
  • Cati from Atlanta, GaLol, it's so funny how-like- no radio stations or people who love this song so much know what its about. lol, everyone thinks its dancing. XD Then you look aat the lyrics and...
  • Blake from London, United KingdomThis is an incredibly rude song. It should be banned from radio. It has rather explicit language and the meaning is totally rubbish. Seriously. If you have ever bothered to actually listen to the lyrics you will realise how shallow the song is. It promotes pre-marital sex and if you want more information about why this it is wrong then please reply. It also takes away a lot of human dignity by making people out to be objects that are 'touched' and 'manipulated'. Unfortunately, I have to admit it is quite catchy, but stop and listen too hard and I want to throw up.
  • Heather from El Paso, TxI love this song!!!!! It makes you wanna dance like no one's lookin :)-<
  • Cor from Columbia, Scyou can really tell where the new stuff is on the CD.
    i listened to them before they even had a CD and the older stuff is so much better
  • Keith from St. Joseph, MoI like the song overall but the lyrics are too basic. They should have had a better story and better chorus.
  • Keith from St. Joseph, MoI like the song overall but the lyrics are too basic. They should have had a better story and better chorus.
  • Daniel from Jacksonville, Flthis song kicks ass! my g/f introduced me to it, and i've loned it ever since...! Metro Station Kicks ASS!
  • Taylor from Kelowna, CanadaOMG!!!
    i love this song
    I listen to it like 1000 times a day
    I love Metro Station!!!!
    <3
  • Alayna from Somewhere, NjOh my gosh, this song is always stuck in my head! I love it!
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