Jam On It

Album: Jam On Revenge (1984)
Charted: 89 56
  • Yeah
    Jam on it
    Yeah, yeah, we know, we know
    Huh
    Yeah, Cozmo, you gonna rock it, right
    You gonna do it down, right
    Ha-ha-ha-ha, yeah
    Hey, Cozmo, what's the name of this again
    I forgot
    Jam on it
    Oh
    Oh, Chilly B, get down, ho
    Oh, oh, here comes Cozmo
    Ho
    We get to say wikki-wikki-wikki again
    Wikki-wikki-wikki-wikki
    Shut up
    Wikki-wikki-wikki-wikki

    Three words to the whack, step yourself back
    Just gettin' down, and you then you're givin' no slack
    Like a Burger King with a sack of Big Macs
    We're throwin' down with the radical sacks
    On time, in your mind you see
    You gotta boogie to your best ability
    You gotta funk it up until it knocks you down
    And when you're funkin' up, be sure to pass it around
    Come on, let's go to work
    We got what'll make your body jerk
    Make you throw your hands up in the air
    Shake your booty and scream, oh, yeah
    Cause we are the Jam On Crew
    And jammin' on it is how we do the do
    We'll funk you up until you boogie down
    So come people check out the sound
    Check out the sound, check out the sound, check out the sound, check out the sound
    Check out the sound, check out the sound, check out the sound, check out the sound

    Jam on it

    There's going to sound
    They're going to get down

    Jam on it

    Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Chilly B
    And I'm a surefire, full blooded bonafide house rockin' Jam-On Production MC
    If you want the best, put me to the test, and I'm sure you'll soon agree
    That I got no force 'cause I'm down by law when it comes to rockin' viciously, you see
    'Cause when I was a little baby boy my mama gave me a brand new toy
    Two turntables with a mic, and I learned to rock like Dolamite
    Time went by, on this God creation, I knew someday I would rock the nation
    So I made up my mind just what to do and I joined with the Jam On Production Crew
    So go crazy, go crazy, don't let your body be lazy
    I said don't stop the body rock till your eyesight starts to get hazy
    Clean out your ears and you open your eye, if you want to hear the music just come alive
    If you don't know how get ready to learn
    Cause Cozmo's takin' his turn to burn

    Take the see and O and the Z
    Then they add M-O and the freaky D
    Add a funky beat, and then what do you see
    It's Cozmo D, yeah, baby, that's me
    I've got the beat that's, oh, so sweet
    Without me rockin' it's incomplete
    So rock this, y'all, rock that, y'all
    Rock on and don't you dare stop
    You rock this, rock that, and that's a fact
    Cause the Jam On Crew will rock your body right back
    Rock a steam locomotive ride off the track
    And give the whole wide world a funk attack
    A to the beat y'all, get down
    Let me rock it to the rhythm of the funk sound
    From hill to hill, from sea to sea
    A when Jam On's rockin' everybody screams Jam on it
    Jam on it
    Jam on and on, on and on it
    And if you're feelin' like you want to dance all night
    They go on ahead and flaunt it
    'Cause jammin' on is what we do best
    It's what separates us from the rest
    And if you don't think our crew's down for real
    Let me tell what happened to the man of steel

    Said Superman had come to town to see who he could rock
    He blew away every crew he faced until he reached our block
    His speakers were three stories high with woofers made of steel
    And when we boys sit outside, he said "I boom for real"

    He said, I'm faster than a speedin' bullet when I'm on the set
    I don't need no fans to cool my amps, I just use my super breath
    I could fly three times around the world without missin' a beat
    I socialize with X-ray eyes, and ladies think it's sweet

    And then he turned his power on and the ground began to move
    And all the buildings for miles around were swayin' to the groove
    And just when he had pulled the crowd and swore he won the fight
    We rocked this bet with a 12-inch cut called Disco Kryptonite
    Well, Superman looked up at me, he said, 'You rock so naturally'
    I said now that you've learned to deal, let me tell you why I'm so for real
    I'm Cozmo D from outer space, I came to rock the human race
    I do it right 'cause I can't do it wrong
    That's why the whole world is singin' this song

    Jam on it Jam on it
    I said jam-j-j-jam on it
    As days turn to night and night turns to day
    Whatever time it is i want to hear you say
    Jam on it Jam on it
    I said jam on-on-on, jam on it
    Jam all around and upside down
    And keep jammin' to the Jam On Production sound

    Jam on it Jam on it
    I said jam-j-j-jam on it
    I said Jam On is the funky beat that takes control
    With a sure shot boogie that'll rock your soul
    Jam on it Jam on it
    I said jam-j-j-jam on it
    Get outta your seat and jam to the beat
    And don't you dare stop till early mornin'

    Jam on it, jam on it, jam on it, jam on it, jam on it, jam on it, jam on it, jam on it

    Yeah, that's how you do it Cozmo
    You were right, kid, that's the way you do it
    Yeah, like did you see when he went in the corner
    And he started doin' this
    Wikki-wikki-wikki-wikki
    Wikki-wikki-wikki-wikki

    Ah, man, this is too funky for me
    I'm goin' home
    Hey, Mergatroid, let's go
    Hey, you fellas seen my sister Mergatroid
    She was standin' over here just a minute ago
    Yeah, I think I saw her over there with Randy
    He's rockin' the mic, you know
    Diggy dang diggy dang da dang dang da diggy diggy diggy dang dang
    Diggy dang diggy diggy

    The beat is fresh y'all
    Yeah, fresh

    Said don't you hear the sound
    Jam On is gettin' down

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