The Way You Move

Album: Speakerboxxx (2003)
Charted: 7 1
  • Boom, Boom, Boom.
    Heh, Heh.

    Ready for action, nip it in the bud
    We never relaxin', OutKast is everlastin'
    Not clashin', not at all but see my nigga want to do a little acting
    Now that's for anyone askin' give me one pass em'
    Drip drip drop there goes an eargasm
    Now you cumin out the side of your face
    We tapping right into your memory banks (Thanks!)
    So click it our ticket, lets see your seat belt fastened
    Trunk rattlin' like two midgets in the back seat grasping
    Speakerbox vibrate the tank, make it sound like aluminum cans in the back
    But I know y'all wanted that 808 can you feel that B-A-S-S, bass
    But I know y'all wanted that 808 can you feel that B-A-S-S, bass

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    Then the whole room fell silent
    The girls all pause with glee, turning left turning right are they looking at me?
    Cause I was looking at them, there, there on the dance floor
    Now they got me in the middle feeling like a man whore
    Specially the big girl, big girls need love too no discrimination here squirrel
    So keep your hands off my cheeks, and let me study how you ride the beat
    You big freak!
    Skinny, slim women got the camel toe within them
    You can fuck them, lift them, bend them, give them something to remember
    Yell out timber when they fall through the chop shop
    Take a deep a breath and exhale your ex male friend, boyfriend was boring as hell
    Now let me listen to the stories you tell
    And we can make moves like a person in jail on the loco


    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    Hey baby, girl don't you stop
    Come on baby dance on the top of me
    You so fine (you so fine) you so fine
    You drive me outta my mind (my mind, outta my mind!) Oh baby!
    If I could I would, just be with you baby
    Oh Cause you like me and excite me and you know you gotta leave baby!
    Oh

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way

    I like the way you move
    I like the way you move (Who!)
    I love the way you move
    I love the way, I love the way Writer/s: Antwan Patton, Carlton Jr Mahone, Patrick Brown
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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