Let's Do It Again

Album: Let's Do It Again (1975)
Charted: 1
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  • Do it again, do it (do it)
    Do it again (do it)
    Do it again, do it (do it)
    Let's do it again, do it (do it)
    Mm (do it again, do it again)
    I wanna do it again (come on)
    Do it (do it)
    Let's do it again (do it, do it)

    Sometimes the rain
    Groovin' when I hear the sound
    Like you and me, baby
    Gettin' down with the sounds around

    Oh, the smell of the mornin' flower
    As we pass away the hour
    I want to do it again, do it again
    Do it (do it)

    Let's do it in the mornin'
    Sweet breeze in the summertime
    Feeling your sweet face
    All laid up next to mine

    Sweet love in the midnight
    Good sleep come mornin' light
    No worries 'bout nothin'
    Just gettin' good, just gettin' good
    Just gettin' good love, lovin'

    Do it, do it again
    Do it again (do it)
    Do it

    Now I like you, lady
    So fine with your pretty hair
    If you don't mind my compliments
    Just diggin' on the clothes you wear

    I'm just a man now, don't you fear
    I can love you now I brought you here
    I wanna do it again
    (Do it) do it, do it
    I wanna do it again (yeah)

    Do it
    Oh, oh yeah
    Do it again, woo
    Oh yeah
    Do it again
    Do it, woo

    Like a hammer on the block
    Love began to rock
    Give the sister love and pride
    Feel good and satisfied

    I'm not a girl that could linger
    But I feel like a butterfinger
    I want to do it again, do it again
    Do it, do it

    Let's do it in the mornin'
    Sweet breeze in the summertime
    Feeling your sweet face
    All laid up next to mine

    Sweet love in the midnight
    Good sleep come mornin' light
    No worries 'bout nothin'
    Just gettin' good, just gettin' good
    Just gettin' good love, lovin'

    Oh hey, do it again, do it again
    Do it again, do it again, do it again
    Do it, do it again, do it again, do it again
    Do it, do it, do it, do it, do it
    Do it, do it, do it (woohoo)
    Do it, do it, do it, do it again
    Do it again, do it again, do it again (woohoo)
    Do it again, do it again (woohoo)
    Mmm (woohoo)

    Oh, hey
    Do it again, do it again, do it again (woohoo)
    Do it again, do it again, do it again (woohoo)
    Do it again, do it, do it, do it (woohoo)
    Oh, do it again, do it again, do it again (woohoo)
    Do it again, mm-mm
    I've got to do it again, oh (woohoo)
    Uh (woohoo)
    (Woohoo) Writer/s: Curtis Mayfield
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • David Harvey from AustraliaCurtis Mayfield was a very multitalented man: he was a skilled guitarist with his own personalized Open F# tuning (F#A#C#F#A#F#), an equally capable keyboardist, bassist, drummer and saxophonist and soundtrack composer, particularly with blaxploitation films and the film "Super Fly".
    In addition, he not only wrote and produced his own songs at a time when it was not the norm for R&B/soul musicians (unless you were Smokey Robinson or Sam Cooke), but he also had his own record company Curtom Records, his own music publishing companies Camad and Curtom Publishing Co. that were registered either with ASCAP or BMI and his own recording complex in Chicago called Curtom Studios (formerly RCA Studios).
    His tragic accident in 1990 should never have happened and it was very sad that his performing career ended that way. He was not only confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, but unfortunately, he also could no longer play the guitar.
  • Tim Bryant from Bloomington, IlGreat stuff. I really like the story of Curtis Mayfield telling Pops he doesn't have to worry about the Lord.
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