Let The Bass Go

Album: Turbo: Music From The Motion Picture (2013)
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  • People to people, party to place
    Having the time of your life is all on your face
    Hands in the sky, while snatch and catch in the vibe
    We go uptown, downtown, that's how we ride!

    Get your strip mode, it's where we be at
    It's the top dog, the top for drivin' the track
    Let, let the bass move, let it go!
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go

    Now I've see players, too many to name
    Some gain recognition and even fame
    Some go slow and some may go fast
    But me and my partners we dip and we dash
    Every flipping the cash, rip zipping the bag
    Should be slip when we crash, all good never bad
    All you never had, dreams do come true
    For me and you, so let it do what it do!

    Boy, let me say, it's the ride of your life
    And if you're rolling with me, I tell you, I'll do you right
    So put your seat belt on, and let your hair hang low
    And if you wet then I suggest you let it go!

    People to people, party to place
    Having the time of your life is all on your face
    Hands in the sky, while snatch and catch in the vibe
    We go uptown, downtown, that's how we ride!

    Get your strip mode, it's where we be at
    It's the top dog, the top for drivin' the track
    Let, let the bass move, let it go!
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go

    Ride, ride, roll it, tip it, advance it
    Turn it, burn it, take it, adjust it!
    We can bounce and ball, just tell me how you play
    I never give up, I do this thing like everyday
    And I break it down in her way
    Oh man, I got carried away
    But anyway I'mma say
    I feel good everyday!
    Every way, la, ta, ta
    I'll make the beat go pa pa pa
    The heat, stop the beat
    Listen, attention, permission
    'Cause this is grand thing bang, bang
    Same range, change lane
    Playing games, get you with you, flick it up, rich it up
    I slip can't get with us
    No matter what!
    Next batter up
    It's better not
    That's what they ask
    Come out the grass, so do it fast!

    People to people, party to place
    Having the time of your life is all on your face
    Hands in the sky, while snatch and catch in the vibe
    We go uptown, downtown, that's how we ride!

    Get your strip mode, it's where we be at
    It's the top dog, the top for drivin' the track
    Let, let the bass move, let it go!
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go
    Bass, bass, move, let it go Writer/s: CALVIN BROADUS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Jenni from TexasWho also sings let the bass go with snoop dog
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