State Of Shock

Album: Victory (1984)
Charted: 14 3
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  • Yeah, come on, baby
    You gotta be mine 'cause you're so fine
    I like your style, it makes me wild
    You take it to me good, you like it, know, you should
    You get me on my knees, well, please, baby, please
    Listen: She looks so great, every time I see her face
    She put me in a state, a state of shock
    Oh, do it, come on, baby, come on, baby, come on, baby

    She put me on my knees, please, baby, please
    I know you like to tease, please, baby, please
    You take it to me good, you like it, know, you should
    I love the way you walk and talk, baby, talk
    Listen: She looks so great everytime I see her face
    She put me in a state, a state of shock

    She put me in a state of shock, come on, baby
    No, come over here
    Talk, talk to me, state of shock
    You know I've really loved you, baby
    You know I've really want you for me
    You've got me paralyzed, you've got me paralyzed
    You've got me into tonic, you drive me catch the sonic, baby
    You've got me supersonic, you drive me supersonic, baby
    Baby, try, you no want me decide, state of shock
    Yeah, look what you've done to me, look what you've done to me
    Look what you've done to me

    Yeah, how you move, a state of shock
    You know I need mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
    Come on, baby, you know I've really loved you, baby
    State of shock, you know I've really want you for me
    Yeah, baby, yeah, baby, just look at me, look at me
    State of shock, you drive me
    You call me, you call me
    You call me in a state of shock
    Look at that, look at me, look at me, look at me
    Look at me, oh, look at me Writer/s: MICHAEL JACKSON, RANDY HANSEN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Beemish from Denville, NjHe also produced the song "Centipede."
  • Denver from Colunbia City, InI heard in an interview that Freddy and MJ had a lot going and this record just sat there and by the time Freddy said he could workm on it again, MJ had already recorded it with Mick and nothing was ever said about it again. It was an interview which was on youtube and it was Freddy talking. He really wanted to do a record with Michael because according to him for the longest time MJ went to a lot of queen concerts and admired there style and flare. Freddy sounded dissapointed but yet understood they both had extremely busy schedules and it just didnt work out. I would love to have seen a collaberation between MJ and Freddy. would have been a classic.
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