Rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, gonna make you freak

Rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, gonna make you freak

Rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

Today is rock ya'all
No stop ya'll
To the beat ya'all
The bodyrock ya'll

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, let me go make you freak
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, let me go set you freakin'

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, let me go make you freak
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, let me go set you freakin'

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down baby, gonna make you freak

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on
We rock the body, rock the body, come on

We rock the body, rock the body, come on
Get down


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

Bodyrock Lyrics as written by Morgan C Robinson Gabriel M Jackson

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  • +1
    General Comment

    Yeah, Moby's a devout Christians. I heard somewhere that he doesn't ever play concerts on Sundays, so he can worship, but I've never looked into it.

    Anyway.... I think this song is about the social and echonoimic fall of our goverment, and the general deterioration of culture in Amreican and German society.

    ...hah. Yeah, right.

    themopo976on July 27, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    P.S. I'm pretty sure it's "Too the Beat" not "too the beach"

    themopo976on July 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Awsome dance song...not much to it though.

    nullseton May 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    amen

    WageWaron May 22, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Yeah, this song doesn't exactly need interpretation

    I'm in full agreement with nullset...lol..

    mrcleanon May 27, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    HOW COULD ANYONE LIKE A 35 YEAR OLD HOMO?

    johnbonsgirlon May 29, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    well its clear that johnbonsgirl is a homophobe. did u know that nearly 90% of all homophobes are turned on by homosexual sex more than heterosexual sex. well back to the song: wikid.

    Dr_Rayon August 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    and he's noy gay

    Dr_Rayon August 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    No, I believe he's bisexual as it happens. But is this relevant to the meaning of the lyrics?

    butterfingersbeckon August 16, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    moby's bisexual? whatever. great song

    y2kid77on April 14, 2003   Link

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