"Got to Move" as written by and Marshall Sehorn Elmore Elmo James....
Oh yes
Oah
Oh baby
Ooh
You got to move your legs baby

You've got to move, you can't stay here no more
You've got to move, you can't stay here no more, oh yes
You're my baby, I love you so,
But, still you've got to go; away from here

You won't cook, you won't wash
You won't iron, you won't sew
Oh, no, you won't even scrub the floor
You're my baby, I love you so,
But, still you've got to go; away from here

Yeah
Aagh
Yes
Ah

Well, I'd rather be dead and in my grave
Then to see another man here to take my place
Oh, yes, you've got to move, yeah
You're my baby, I love you so,
But still you've got to go; away from here

Yes

Yeah

Well, I'd rather be dead and in my grave
Then to see another man here to take my place
Umm, yes, you've got to move, yeah
You're my baby, I love you so,
But still you've got to go away from here

You got to move, away from here
Oh, yes, you got to move, away from here
You my baby, I love you so
But still you've got to go away from here

Let's bring it out now
Yeah
Yes


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    My InterpretationIt's about a man who had a certain idea of what love would be, but finds out that relationships are not as simple as he'd once thought and is unable to deal with sharing his life with another fully complete person.
    adaminoacids32on August 11, 2017   Link

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