"Groove me Baby" as written by and James Christian Sturiano....
Uhh! Awww, sookie sookie now!
Hey! Oww, uhh! Come on, baby!
Hey there, Sugar Darling,
Let me tell you something
Girl, I've been trying to say, now.
You look so sweet,
And you're so doggone fine.
I just can't get you out of my mind.
You've become a sweet taste in my mouth, now.
And I want you to be my spouse,
So that we can live happily, nah-nah,
In a great big ol' roomy house.
And I know you're gonna groove me, baby.
Ahh, yeah, now.
You make me feel good inside.
Come on, and groove me, baby.
I need you to groove me.
Ahhh, yeah, now, now, darling.
Uhh! Come on, come on!
Hey! Uhh!
Hey there, Sugar Darlin',
Come on, give me something
Girl, I've been needing for days.
Yes, I'm good, good loving,
With plenty, plenty hugging.
Ooh, you cute little thang, you.
Girl, between you and me, nah-nah,
We don't need no company.
No other man, no other girl
Can enter into our world,
Not as long as you groove me, baby.
Ahh, come on.
Make me feel good inside.
Come on and groove me, baby.
Move me, baby.
Ahh, sock it to me, mama.
Uhh! Ahh, I like it like that, baby.
Uhh! Groove me, baby! Hey! Uhh!
Groove me, darling!
Come on, come on.
I need you to sock it to me, mama.
Come on and groove me, baby.
Hey! Uhh! Good, God!
It makes me feel so good inside, mama.
Now, come on, come on, and uhh,
Groove me, baby, groove me, baby.
Ahh, sock it to me,
Sock it to me,
Rock it to me.
Come on, come on!
Come on!
And uhh,
Groove me, mama, I want you to
Groove me!


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"Groove Me" as written by King Floyd

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    General CommentThis is that song that you can hear in a lot of TV shows and movies. Great song, but I don't think anyone needs to be told what it is about. *wink, wink*
    divicanon March 30, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a fun song.. cant help but dance when i hear this song..
    ReneaAlbyon December 05, 2004   Link
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    General CommentWow. This is one of the few songs I hear and do not EVER switch away.;-) There is an interesting technique with the bass, and some of the lyrics, where it falls just behind the beat. It causes an anticipation to the listener, trying to hear something that isn't there until a split-second after it should be. This is the first time I heard it, and it became quite popular with disco songs like Rod Stewart's 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy'. I like the unbridled vocals, makes me wish I could sing like that!
    JayCeezyon February 08, 2010   Link

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