"Body Bumpin'" as written by Edward Theodore Riley, Daniel John O'donoghue, Mark Anthony Sheehan, Albert Joseph Charles, Tijuan T. Frampton and Terence Daly....
She was just a young girl
With the mind of a queen
Her body bumpin'
Do you know what I mean
I tell ya somethin'
It ain't the way that it seems
'cause she said that she was eighteen

My life means everything to me
Ridin' 'round in chauffeured limousines
No time for no one to get close to me
But there she was at the bar
Drinkin' "Sex on the Beach"

This girl was one sore eyed remedy
And then she said to me

How about a time and a place
We meet when it's sunny
Miami, paradise
I don't need your money
We can walk in the sand hand in hand
I can be your girl
And you can be my man

Fast life, took her all around the world
Didn't know, didn't care
'cause she was my girl
(One night) I bought her cars, some rings and furs
I gotta say in a way
I was fallin' for her

This girl was one sore-eyed remedy
And then she said to me

Oh
This girl was one sore-eyed remdy (Such a remedy)
And then she said to me
She is so in love with me, can't you see
I'm in love with this girl

'cause she said she was eighteen, yeah baby
'cause she's my kinda girl


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"Body Bumpin'" as written by Daniel John O'donoghue Edward Theodore Riley

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