Feel On Baby

Album: Undercover (1983)
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    When I travel coast to coast
    You're the hook up I miss the most
    In the motel, you're the ghost
    Other women don't come close

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    From the first time, such a crush
    Such excitement, such a rush
    In the kitchen, in the car
    In the ditch, on the dirty floor

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    Wanderlust and love disease
    Taken over and strangled me
    Cure my body, make me whole
    Feed my body, feed my soul

    Feel on baby
    Got to feel on
    Got to feel on
    Got to feel on

    Feel on baby
    Baby baby baby Writer/s: Keith Richards, Mick Jagger
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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