"The Way You Move" as written by and Antonio Rucci Kenneth Smith....
I can't find a better way than to say why can't we just drop everything.
Start it over cuz I know you'll be missing me.
You got two problems.
One hand in his and the other is a clenched fist.
Soon enough you'll be singing my songs.
If he's smart enough, he can catch on and move along.

I miss the way you move, if there ever was a time to.
Swing your hands.
Might as well swing your waist to the bump of the bass.
To the bump, bump, bump.
I know you for catching my eye but can you catch this falling heart in time?
Go ahead girl, swing your body into mine.

And if you're ready for a good time and I know you're past due.
I've seen the boys you've been through.
Don't roll your eyes, girl, you know what you're losing.

I miss the way you move, if there ever was a time to.
Swing your hands.
Might as well swing your waist to the bump of the bass.
To the bump, bump, bump.
I know you for catching my eye but can you catch this falling heart in time?
Go ahead girl, swing your body into mine.

You say I'm a low life dirtbag.
Can't say I was made for you.
You used to never turn your back.
That's how I know you were made for me.
And if you promise not to laugh, I miss your laughter.
And if you promise not to cry, I miss your comfort.

I miss the way you move.
I miss the way you move.
I miss the way you move, if there ever was a time to.

Swing your hands.
Might as well swing your waist to the bump of the bass.
To the bump, bump, bump.
I know you for catching my eye but can you catch this falling heart in time?

Swing your hands.
Might as well swing your waist to the bump of the bass.
To the bump, bump, bump.
I know you for catching my eye but can you catch this falling heart in time?
Go ahead girl.
Go ahead girl.
Go ahead girl, swing your body into mine


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