It's All Right

Album: The Impressions (1963)
Charted: 4
  • Say it's all right, it's all right
    Say it's all right, it's all right
    It's all right, have a good time
    'Cause it's all right, whoa, it's all right

    We're gonna move it slow
    When lights are low
    When you move it slow, it sounds like more
    And it's all right, whoa, it's all right

    Now listen to the beat
    Kinda pat your feet
    You've got soul and everybody knows
    That it's all right, whoa, it's all right

    When you wake up early in the morning
    Feelin' sad like so many of us do
    Hum a little soul, make life your goal
    And surely something's got to come to you

    And say it's all right
    Say it's all right
    It's all right, have a good time
    'Cause it's all right, whoa, it's all right

    Now everybody clap your hands
    Give yourself a chance
    You got soul and everybody knows
    That it's all right, whoa, it's all right

    Someday I'll find me a woman
    Who will love and treat me real nice
    Then my woe's got to go
    And my love, she will know
    From morning, noon and night

    And she's got to say it's alright
    Say it's all right
    It's all right, have a good time
    'Cause it's all right, whoa, it's all right

    Everybody clap your hands
    Now give yourselves a chance
    You've got soul Writer/s: CURTIS L MAYFIELD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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