When you walked into the room
There was voodoo in the vibes
I was captured by your style
But I could not catch your eyes
Now I stand here helplessly
Hoping you'll get into me

I am so into you
I can't think of nothing else
I am so into you
I can't think of nothing else

Thinking how it's going to be
Whenever I get you next to me
It's gonna be good
Don't you know?
From your head to your toes
Gonna love you all over, over and over
Me into you, you into me, me into you

When you walked into the room
There was voodoo in the vibes
I was captured by your style
But I could not catch your eyes
Now I stand here helplessly
Hoping you'll get into me

I'm so into you
I can't get to nothing else
I am so into you, baby
I can't get to nothing else

No, no, no, come on baby
I'm so into you
Love the things you do

Listen baby, driving me crazy, oh
Love the things you do


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    Come on folks! Stop leaving stupid comments and actually freaking interpret the lyrics! This is songmeanings.com not "song ratings" or, "share a life story.com".

    Anywho, this man is has such an inward burning passion for this woman that he desires her intimately, too. It's to the point that it's driving him crazy because she consumes his mind. All he does is think if her.

    Nish10on February 17, 2018   Link
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    This song is straight up sex. “Thinking how it's going to be” - he’s thinking about the sex they’ve had & can’t wait to do it again. “Whenever I get you next to me. It's gonna be good. Don't you know?” - self explanatory. They have good sex. “From your head to your toes” - pure lust, the tingles you get while having sex. “Gonna love you all over, over and over” - he’s going to fug her over & over again. “Me into you, you into me, me into you” - he’s going to be “in” her. She’s going to be into him. So, pretty much all the thrusting.

    So, it’s not about love. Just obsession, lust & sex.

    MsFeelAlrighton June 12, 2023   Link
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    General Comment

    IMHO.. I think he's definitely overcompensating because he knows she rocked his world.. and she only wishes she could've said the same thing. She tried to not hurt his feelings though because he really did try very hard. So she feels bad about letting him continuously try when she knew it was a waste of time.

    ImYourTerroron June 12, 2023   Link
  • 0
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    I love this song!

    WittySarcasmon September 07, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Great, unknown, underrated song. The bluesy guitar is addictive.

    guess|whoon October 03, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Their sound changed a great deal since "Spooky". For the better in some ways.

    redshiftdazzleron July 12, 2012   Link
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    General Comment

    when you walked into the room.. there was voodoo in the bag ... i was captured by your staff, but i coud not catch a ride

    I am so into you... i can't thank another nurse

    ^^ that's how i sang along to it the past 40+ years

    cansongon June 10, 2017   Link
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    General Comment

    This song was inspired by co-writer Robert Nix\' love (from afar) for Leslie Hawkings. Leslie was a member of The Honkettes - the female backing singers for Lynyrd Skynyrd.

    Rickveeon March 23, 2022   Link
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    Was a 'long distance dedication' from Ed in Los Angeles to Erika at Stanford University on American Top 40 for 02 December, 1978

    MarketDemonon December 05, 2022   Link

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