"Get Back" as written by Donald Earle Degrate, Richard Cedric Hailey and Joel Lamonte Hailey....
Well, well, well, well
Well, well, well, well
Oh yeah
Gave you, yeah
Oh, listen listen baby, baby

I gave you my cellie two nights ago
I was waiting on you to let me know
If we could get down, slow freak tightness
I must confess you smell better than the rest
Yes you do, yes you do
I wanna get close to you, mostly too
I wanna be your happiness
Your soft caress
Girl, I'm ready, call me

Get back and let me get that
Telephone lookin' at me
So get back and let me get that
I ain't up to bein' lonely

Get back and let me get that
It's you I want, I want you only
So get back and let me get that
Come on baby, wait for me

Oh yeah, where are you baby
This loneliness is doin' me so crazy
I've been pacin' the floor
Right now I don't know
If you're uptight, slow it down
And grab the phone to call me
Yeah, you know
Let's do what we're suppose to do, baby
Two creative people makin' love
Call me when you're ready to come to school

Get back and let me get that
Telephone lookin' at me
So get back and let me get that
I ain't up to bein' lonely

Get back and let me get that
It's you I want, I want you only
So get back and let me get that
Come on baby, wait for me

Ooh get back, get back
Come on, let me get a piece of you honey
Come on, come on, let me get a piece of your lovin'
Here's my number
Call me tonight
Talk to me baby, oh yeah
Call me when you need somebody

Get back and let me get that
Telephone lookin' at me
So get back and let me get that
I ain't up to bein' lonely

Get back and let me get that
It's you I want, I want you only
So get back and let me get that
Come on baby, wait for me


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"Get Back" as written by Donald Earle Degrate, Richard Cedric Hailey, Joel Lamonte Hailey

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