"Dub Be Good To Me" as written by Terry Lewis and James Samuel Harris Iii....
(Tank fly boss walk jam nitty-gritty,
You're listening to the boy from the big bad city,
This is jam hot. This is jam hot.)

Friends tell me I am crazy
That I'm wasting time with you
You'll never be mine
That's not the way I see it
'Cause I feel you're already mine
Whenever you're with me

[Chorus:]
People always talk about reputation
I don't care about your other girls
Just be good to me
Friends are always telling me
You're a loser
I don't care what you do to them
Just be good to me

Friends seem to always listen
To the bad things that you do
You never do them to me
You may have many others
But I know when you're with me
You are all mine

[Chorus]

(Tank fly boss walk jam nitty-gritty,
You're listening to the boy from the big bad city,
This is jam hot. This is jam hot.)

Love is a game of chances
So I'll take my chance with you
And you boy won't ever change
We talk about it and I'd
Rather have a piece of you
Than all or nothing
Just be good to me
In the morning
Just be good to me
In the afternoon all evening
Just be good to me

The time is calling
I won't tie you down
When you need me
I'll be around
I'll be good to you
We could be together
Be together.

(Tank fly boss walk jam nitty-gritty,
You're listening to the boy from the big bad city,
This is jam hot. This is jam hot.)


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"Dub Be Good to Me" as written by Terry Steven Lewis James Samuel Iii Harris

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    General CommentEr, this website is called Song meanings, not how much I can show off about how much I know or don't know about something, so can someone please tell me what he means by Tank fly boss walk jam nitty-gritty?
    JK2OJackoon July 29, 2010   Link
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    General CommentOr is it Lindy Layton? I think it's Lindy. Could even be Lyndi. Oh, hell...
    Forevergreenon May 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentErr, Norman Cook wasn't in the Beatufiul South, he was in the Housemartins with Paul who later was in the Beautiful South. Get your facts right! :) And after this project he was in Freakpower, then turned into that superstar DJ we all know as FatboySlim.
    butterflykiss84on April 12, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLol I love this song. Took me like forever to find it...

    There is a song mush up wit this and Dead or Alive's you spin me right round. And oddly it works so well
    xXbrokengirlXxon June 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAfter Norman Cook left The Beautiful South and long before he became Fatboy Slim, he released this song with Lindi Layton on vocals. It's an early-nineties classic! Anyone who lived through that time will remember the "Tank fly boss walk..." bit. Try it!
    Forevergreenon May 18, 2002   Link

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