The lyrics are flow, yo for the words I speak
Rap is weak so I teach and I reach
A positive vibe, a way of life is how I'm livin'
So get hype to the rhythm

KLF is the crew, ya hear yeah
Design a rhyme I just won't fear
Back to react, enough is enough
Let me ask you a question

What time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?

I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat

Take the chance to advance you might hallucinate
Exaggerate I devastate we had to pass the pyramid blaster
The jam's a hit it's what you've been after
I'll make you shake to, break you, take two
Right in the path, with what they call the Mu Mu
KLF, boy we call rough, bring the break

What time is love?
W-what time is love? Love, love, love, love
What time is love?

I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat

Okay Houston
We'll give you a countdown
Four, three, two, one, fire

I wanna see you

The final chapter, prophetic, poetic
When I'm done, this calls for anesthetic
Get to, step to, let an MC
Come in effect with Kingboy D

A wanna be, gonna be, old time sucker
You know the time, I never stutter
A feat, a dream, a yes seem bright
Yeah, pass the mic

What time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?

I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you
I wanna see you
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat


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What Time Is Love Lyrics as written by William Ernest Drummond James Francis Cauty

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