"Get Up Offa That Thing/Release the Pressure [1991 Edit]" as written by Deanna Brown, Deidra Yvonne Jenkins and Yamma Brown....
Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And dance till you

Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
Try to release that pressure

Get up offa that thing
And shake till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And shake till

Get up offa that thing
And shake till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
Try to release that pressure
Get up offa

Get up offa that thing
And shake till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And shake till

Get up offa that thing
And shake till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And try to release that pressure

Get up offa that thing
And twist till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And twist till

Get up offa that thing
And twist till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
Try to release that pressure

Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing

Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And try to release the pressure

Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
Try to release the pressure

Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And dance till

Get up offa that thing
And dance till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
Try to release the pressure

Get up offa that thing
And shake till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And shake till

Get up offa that thing
And shake till you feel better
Get up offa that thing
And try to release that pressure


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"Get Up Offa That Thing/Release the Pressure" as written by Deidra Yvonne Jenkins Deanna Brown

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