Listen while I talk to you I tell you what we're gonna do There's a new thing that's going around And I'll tell you what they're puttin' down
Just move your body all around And just shake Oh, mamma Shake that's the way to do it Shake Oh, you're looking good now Shake Yeah, ha
Shake it like a bowl of soup And make your body loop de loop Put your hands on your hips And kinda let your backbone slip Move your body like a whip And just shake!
Umm, that's doing it Shake Yeah, you're looking good now Shake Go on, do it baby Shake Yeah, Ohh
A Ring-A-Ling-a-Ling Honey, Shakin' is the latest thing And if you want to swing Just loosen up them shoulders
And if you want to really roll You got to do the thing with soul Shake the shake with all your might Oh, if you do it, do it right Just make your body loose and light And kinda shake Oh, honey
Shake Hoooo Shake Oh, that's the way to do it Shake Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-yeah
Oh, you're doing it now honey
see'mon, loosen up them shoulders
If you want to really roll Got to do the thing with soul Shake the shake with all your might Now, if you do it, do it right Make your body loose and light And just shake Oh, I like to do it Shake Make me feel good now Shake All gone baby Shake Don't be shy now Shake Dance, with you mama Shake Don't, do it baby Shake Oh, yeah Shake [FADE OUT]
Writer/s: Sam Cooke
Publisher: Abkco Music Inc., BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Wixen Music Publishing
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Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn January 3rd, 1965 "Shake" by Sam Cooke entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; and on February 21st it peaked at #7 (for 1 week) and spent 11 weeks on the Top 100... Twenty-three days earlier Mr. Cooke lost his life in Los Angeles... It reached #4 on Billboard's R&B Singles chart... Was composed by Sam Cooke... Otis Redding covered it in 1967, his recorded 'live' version peaked at #16 on the R&B Singles chart... The Supremes' 1965 'We Remember Sam Cooke' album peaked at #75 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart... R.I.P. Mr. Cooke (1931 - 1964), Mr. Redding (1941 - 1967), and the Supremes' Ms. Ballard (1943 - 1976).
The Frozen song "Let It Go" was recorded in 42 different languages for the movie's foreign releases. This earned it an entry in the 2016 Guinness World Records publication for "Most Languages Featured on a Single."