Rock That Body

Album: The E.N.D. (2009)
Charted: 11 9
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  • I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now, now, now, rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock, right, now

    I wanna da, I wanna dance in the lights
    I wanna ro, I wanna rock your body
    I wanna go, I wanna go for a ride
    Hop in the music and rock your body right

    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body (Rock your body)
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body (Rock your body)
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body

    Let me see your body rock
    Shaking it from the bottom and top
    Freak to what the DJ drop
    We be the ones to make it hot (to make it hot)
    Electric shock, energy like a billion watts
    Space be boomin', the speakers pop
    Galactic combin' missed a spot
    We bumpin' in your parking lot

    When you're comin' up in the spot
    Don't bring nothin' we call pink dot
    'Cause we burnin' around the clock
    Hit the lights and then turn them off
    If you bring that don't make you stop
    Like the jungle we run the block
    No one rollin' the way we rock, way we rock

    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock, right, now

    I wanna da I wanna dance in the lights
    I wanna ro I wanna rock your body
    I wanna go I wanna go for a ride
    Hop in the music and rock your body right

    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body (Rock that body)
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body (Rock your body)
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body

    Superfly ladies,
    All of my superfly ladies
    All of my superfly ladies
    All of my super, superfly ladies

    Yeah, you could be big bone, long as you feel like your own
    You could be the model type, skinny with no appetite
    Short, stacked, black or white
    Long as you do what you like
    Body outta sight
    Body outta sight (Body body outta sight)

    She does the two-step,
    And the tongue drop,
    She does the cabbage patch
    And the Bus Stop

    She like electro (electro), she wrote hip-hop (hip-hop)
    She like the reggae,
    She feel punk rock
    She wear samba and the mambo
    She like to break dance and calypso
    Getta little crazy,
    Getta little stupid
    Getta little crazy-crazy-crazy

    I wanna da I wanna dance in the lights (I wanna dance in your light)
    I wanna ro I wanna rock your body (Rock your body)
    I wanna go I wanna go for a ride (You wanna go for a ride?)
    Hop in the music and rock your body right

    Rock your body right
    Rock your body right

    Come on, yeah!

    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body (Come on, yeah!)
    Rock that body, come on come on, rock that body (Rock, rock, rock, rock, rock, rock, rock!)

    Go oh!
    Let's go oh oh oh oh oh oh!
    Let's go oh oh oh oh oh oh!
    Let's go oh oh oh oh oh oh!

    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock
    I wanna, I wanna rock
    Let's go oh oh oh oh oh oh!
    I wanna, I wanna rock
    I wanna, I wanna rock
    Let's go oh oh oh oh oh oh!
    Let's go oh oh oh oh oh oh!

    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now, now, now, rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock right now
    I wanna, I wanna rock, right, now Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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