Spread it all out,
Spread it all out,
Give it all the time,
That you think you need...
You and I know,
You and I know,
Got to live your life,
Do what you believe...

Right from the start,
Right from the heart,
Listen to the rhythm,
Of the funky beat,
Let it all go,
Let it all go,
Feel it in your head,
Running to your feet...

Well all be living it up,
Lets party,
Giving it up,
Tribe Stylee,
Well all be living it up,
Lets party,
Ready to burst,
Its the 21st century show...

If you wanna know how,
Ill show you right now,
Love is all about,
Sharing what you got...
If you want to hang out,
You gotta get down,
Keep moving to the groove now,
Dont ever stop...

I want you to be,
My fantasy,
Theres one for every boy,
One for every girl...
High energy,
Setting me free,
Its up to us,
To build up a brand new world...

Well all be living it up,
Lets party,
Giving it up,
Tribe Stylee...
We'll all be living it up,
Lets party,
Slipping and sliding,
Jumping and Jiving,
Let it all go...

Lyrics submitted by JohnL1990

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