This is it; freestyle hip hop
I'm a freak soon as the beat drops
Grab the mike and start the rhyme
Yo, I'm working overtime
To get you sweatin' on the floor
Until you can't take no more
As I reminisce, you can guess the rest
Yes, I'm the best of my class
5, 4, 3, 2, 1
Now it's time to have fun
Get out there and do your thing
Boys and girls let me see you swing
Move your body to this smooth caper
Don't stand there like you was wallpaper
I'm a freak but I excel
And I just can't help myself

I'm not a freak, but I can't help myself
I'm not a freak, but I can't help myself

Yes, here we go again
Now I'm the artist and you're the fan
Funky lyrics for funky minds
Check your swatch if you don't know the time
House and rap: a perfect combination
This is real no imitation
Party people, are you ready to dance?
Well come on, here is your change
Like a diplomat I like to make contact
All the cuties- I keep 'em in check
With the smooth raps, the good groove
Now is the time so get loose
Bass is pumpin', I feel good
Now get jumpin' like you never knew you could
Da Baron MC was the one who did it
1, 2, 3 hit it

Kickin' the bass, I like it deep
I work nighttimes, I don't sleep
Strive to be the best I can
Don't judge a person 'til you now the man
2 brothers on the 4th Floor
And the Baron MC got rhymes galore
I don't play, I ain't no toy
And that's because I said so boy
The work is done the money in the pocket
I heard the jam and I rocked it
Shake that ass, go bersurk
Don't just stand there like a jerk
Come on, ask a lady, take a change
Now let me see you dance
I'm a freak, can't you tell
And I just can't help myself

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Can't Help Myself [Acapella] Lyrics as written by Dick Griffey Bobby Boer

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