"Just Got Paid" as written by Gene Griffin, Johnny Kemp, Aaron Robin Iii Hall and Teddy Riley....
Thank God that it's Friday night and I
Just-just-just-just-just got paid
Yea, Oh

Just got paid Friday night

Just got paid, Friday night
Party's hoppin', place is right
Booties shaking, all around
Pump that jam, while I'm getting down

Check the mirror, I'm lookin' fly
Round up the posse, jump in my ride
Radio rockin', smooth jams
Feel the rhythm, pump up the sound
I'm feelin' good don't you know I'm grooving
To the beat
I'm groovin', yea, grooving, oh oh oh oh

Just got paid, Friday night
Party's hoppin', place is right
Booties shaking, all around
Pump that jam, while I'm getting down

Some say my solo is impossible
But when I get up on the mic, I'm unstoppable
And it's probably when you hear our voices laid down
You'll be bopping your head to this ill tight sound

Now I know you probably thought ya had me
Played (played)
But the check is in my hand and I got it made(made)
And you'll notice my smile is like cool-aid
Cause I just(just) got(got) paid(paid)

On the floor bumping to the beat
All ways sure looks sweet
Fine young lady, standin' by
Come on baby, sweet like delight


Lyrics submitted by Bobo192

"Just Got Paid" as written by Aaron Robin Iii Hall Gene Griffin

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    General CommentJohnny Kemp was about a million times better than this version. And, hell, I haven't even heard N*SYNC's version. Seriously, though..
    shikonaorion September 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThat...definitely isn't JC rapping the part about being played and having it made and whatever. That'd be Chris.
    And the last part that Justin speaks is him saying "Eh, I'm broke."
    tlv13wedon November 22, 2007   Link

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