Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)

Album: Essential Spring Break (2000)
Charted: 1
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  • Holding you closer, it's time that I told you
    Everything's going to be fine
    Know that you need it and try to believe it
    Take me one step at a time

    And if this ain't love (why does it feel now?)
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel so good?

    And if this ain't love (why does it feel now?)
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel so good?

    Think of tomorrow
    We beg, steal or borrow
    To make all we can in the sun

    While we are moving
    The music is soothing
    Troubles we thought had begun

    And if this ain't love (why does it feel now?)
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel so good?

    And if this ain't love (why does it feel now?)
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel so good?

    Will you remember me, boy
    Remember me loving you?

    Just for this lifetime
    You can be my pastime
    Here are the rules of our play

    In it together
    Till I know you better, darling
    Darling, now what do you say?

    And if this ain't love (why does it feel now?)
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Now

    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel so good? (now)

    And if this ain't love (why does it feel now?)
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel now?
    Why does it feel so good?

    And if this ain't love
    (Now, now, now)
    Why does it feel so good? Writer/s: Benjamin Walker Ronald, Cristiano Spiller, Robert Berkeley Davis, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Vincent Jr. Montana
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Melinda from AustraliaItalian sophistication at its best!
  • Melinda from AustraliaThis song defined the early 2000’s. Especially in Europe. Although it isn’t that old yet in music terms. It will become iconic. And get the respect it deserves. It’s a song that floated us from the 1990’s and into the new, the 2000’s. Music definitely changed with this song.
    While the UK’s Groove Armada made techno sexy and at times smooth ..and yet highly danceable. Groovejet by Spiller made clever sexy techno mainstream.
    And some of us young women then were tragically fascinated by Christiano Spiller, the tall tall good lookin blonde Italian basketball playing DJ ...who created this piece of music.
    And the guys, by Sophie Ellis Bextor, the very pretty model and vocalist who was Christiano Spiller’s English girlfriend at the time, I believe.
    If you were clubbing it in 2000 and 2001. This song was probably part of the backdrop to your youth. It’s a perfect song.
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