"Ring My Bell" as written by and Frederick Douglas Knight....
I'm glad you're home
Now did you really miss me
I guess you did by the look in your eye
(Look in your eye, look in your eye)
Well lay back and relax
While I put away the dishes (put away the dishes)
Then you and me can rock a bell

You can ring my bell, ring my bell
You can ring my bell, ring my bell
You can ring my bell, ring my bell
You can ring my bell, ring my bell

The night is young
And full of possibilities
Well come on and let yourself be free yeah
My love for you (love for you, love for you)
So long I've been savin'
Tonight was made for me and you

You can ring my bell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
You can ring my bell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)
You can ring my bell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
You can ring my bell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)

You can ring my bell
You can ring my bell
(Ding, dong, ding, ah-ah, ring it)
You can ring my bell, anytime, anywhere
(Ring it, ring it, ring it, ring it, ow)

You can ring my bell, you can ring my bell
(Ding, dong, ding, ah-ah, ring it)
You can ring my bell, anytime, anywhere
(Ring it, ring it, ring it, ring it, ow)

You can ring my bell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)
You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
(Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)


Lyrics submitted by mol3mole

"Ring My Bell [Single Version] [*][Version]" as written by Frederick Douglas Knight

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  • +3
    General CommentWell first of all, she's gotta get those dishes put away.

    Then it's on!
    DiscoPonchon November 01, 2008   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionI've never thought of this song as about anything other than a female orgasm.
    photonerdon October 31, 2009   Link

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