Yuppa tuppa ta ta
Yuppa tuppa chic ta
Do thang, do thang
Do tuppa thang cho
Rikki te tatar

Ha, ha, ha, ha
Yeah
Yeah please me, yeah
Easy, babe
Please me
Please, please listen to me children
Please, please listen to me children
Please, please listen to me children
Said please, please listen to me children
You are the ones who will rule the world

Listen to me children
Listen to me children
Please, please listen to me children
Please, please listen to me children
You are the ones who will rule the world, ha

You gotta please me
All night
Please, please listen to me children
Said please, please listen to me children
Please
Yeah, please me
I'm askin' you

Please, please listen to me children
Please, please listen to me children
Please, please listen to me children
Please, my children
Please, children
Please, children


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Do It Lyrics as written by John Paul Densmore Jim Morrison

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    General Comment

    this song always puts me in a good mood

    incubus421on March 04, 2003   Link
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    My Interpretation

    Jim's trying to tell young people what a tremendous influence they have as a group. They need to be more involved in world affairs because at the end of the day it will be their responsibility in the future.

    sexdrugsrocknrollon July 05, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    Jim Morrison was always trying to provoke his audiences, and he was trying to tell them that "You are the ones who will rule the world"

    AnnaProzacon April 08, 2005   Link

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