Big Fat Funky Booty

Album: Up for Grabs (1991)
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  • My baby nice, she's so polite
    She say "please," when she ask me,
    Stay the night.
    She's around the house, she loves me so
    She's baking up a little bit of my
    Rising, rising dough
    Good lordy God, my gosh almighty
    Her booty fine, and it's trimmed so tidy
    Horseradish, mama, just a smidge
    Spend a whole lot of time peekin' into
    Her big old kitchen fridge
    Gotta love it, it's my duty
    She got a big fat funky booty
    Not above it, makes me moody
    Whole mess of big fat funky booty
    Waaaagh, sweet sugar plum
    I'm crippled blind, a little deaf and dumb
    It's wonderful, could I get a little more
    'Cause it's about as wide as my garage door
    When we're in bed and it's late at night, she put her
    Ams around me and she hold me tight
    But I say, "No baby, no, baby, no,
    But I sure could use a bit of your funky booty, though."

    -=the pulse=- Writer/s: COMESS, GROSS, SCHENKMAN, WHITE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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