Gettin' Jiggy Wit It

Album: Big Willie Style (1997)
Charted: 3 1
  • On your mark ready set let's go
    Dance floor pro I know you know
    I go psycho when my new joint hit
    Just can't sit
    Got to get jiggy wit it, thats it
    Now honey honey come ride
    DKNY all up in my eye
    You gotta Prada bag with a lot a stuff in it
    Give it to your friend let's spin
    Everybody lookin' at me
    Glancin' the kid
    Wish you nig was dancin' the jig
    Here with this handsome kid
    Ciga-cigar right from Cuba-Cuba
    I just bite it
    It's for the look I don't light it
    Illway the amay on the anceday orflay
    Give it up jiggy make it feel like foreplay
    Yo my cardio is infinite
    Ha ha
    Big willie style's all in it

    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
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    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
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    Gettin jiggy wit it
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    What you want to ball with the kid
    Watch your step you might fall
    Trying to do what I did
    Mama-unh mama-unh mama come closa'
    In the middle of the club with the rub-a-dub
    No love for the haters
    Mad cause I got floor seats at the Lakers
    See me on the fifty yard line with the Raiders
    Met Ali he told me I'm the greatest
    I got the fever for the flavor of a crowd pleaser
    DJ play another
    From the prince of this
    Your highness
    Only bad chicks ride in my whips
    South to the west to the east to the north
    Bought my hits and watch 'em go off a go off
    Ah yes yes y'all ya don't stop
    In the winter or the (summertime)
    I makes it hot

    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
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    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana

    Eight-fifty I.S. if you need a lift
    Who's the kid in the drop
    Who else Will Smith
    Livin' that life some consider a myth
    Rock from south street to one two fifth
    Women used to tease me
    Give it to me now nice and easy
    Since I moved up like George and Wheezey
    Cream to the maximum I be askin' 'em
    Would you like to bounce with the brother that's platinum
    Never see Will attackin' 'em
    I rather play ball with Shaq and 'em
    Flatten 'em
    Psyche
    Hittin' you thought I took a spill
    But I didn't
    Trust the lady of my life she hittin'
    Hit her with a drop top with the ribbon
    Crib for my mom on the outskirts of Philly
    You trying to flex on me
    Don't be silly

    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana
    Gettin jiggy wit it
    Na na na na na na na nana
    Na na na na nana Writer/s: Nile Rodgers, Willard Smith, David Porter, Samuel Barnes, Bernard Edwards, Ben Cauley, Larry Dodson, Winston Stewart, Harvey Henderson, Willy Hall, Joe Robinson, Alexander James
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Harold from University Park, PaI like how Smith uses pig latin in one of the verses (Illway the anmay on the anceday oorflay)
  • Jeff from Austin, TxIn a "Seinfeld" episode, Jerry uses the phrase "I got Jiggy with it!" describing his amateur DJ abilities.
  • Bertrand from Paris, FranceWill Smith set out solo for the first time, and the results were very pleasing. His brand of clean, good-humored, party hip hop caught on instantly.
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