"Knock On Wood" as written by Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper....
I don't want to lose you, this good thing
That I got 'cause if I do
I will surely
Surely lose a lot
'Cause your love is better
Than any love I know

It's like thunder, lightning
The way you love me is frightening
You better knock, knock on wood, baby

Baby
I'm not superstitious about ya
But I can't take no chance
You got me spinnin', baby
You know I'm in a trance
'Cause your love is better
Than any love I know

It's like thunder, lightning
The way you love me is frightening
You better knock, knock on wood, baby

Baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock knock, knock, knock

It's no secret about it
'Cause we're this lovin' touch
He sees to it
That I get enough
Fell his touch all over
You know it means so much

It's like thunder, lightning
The way you love me is frightening
You better knock, knock, knock on wood, baby

Baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood, baby
You better knock, knock on wood


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"Knock on Wood" as written by Steve Cropper Eddie Floyd

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    General CommentI agree with Brycec3...definitely one of the best from the disco era.
    chain2fateon February 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgood disco rules. bad disco sucks. this, my friends, is the pinnacle of good disco.

    yesyes, i know it was originally a soul song blah blah you're so smart and your musical knowledge is unmatched. we know.

    and for the record, there isnt a lot good disco.
    notthatguysomeoneelseon January 30, 2007   Link

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