We're jammin'
I want to jam it with you
We're jammin', jammin'
And I hope you like jammin', too

Ain't no rules, ain't no vow
We can do it anyhow
I and I will see you through
'Cause everyday we pay the price

With the little sacrifice
Jammin' till the jammings through
We're jammin'
I want to jam it with you

We're jammin', jammin'
And I hope you like jammin', too
Holy Mount Zion, holy Mount Zion
Just seize it in Mount Zion

It rules all creation
I want to, I want to
I want to jam it with you
Ain't no rules, ain't no vow

We can do it anyhow
I and I will see you through
'Cause everyday we pay the price
With the little sacrifice

Jammin' till the jammings through
Alright we're jammin'
To think that
Jammin' was a thing of the past

We're jammin', jammin'
And I hope this time is gonna last
Holy Mount Zion, holy Mount Zion
Holy Mount Zion

Just seize it in Mount Zion


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