If it matters how you do it
And how you do it
It's your thing
If it matters which way you go
That's your way to go
And if you get it like that
That's the way you get it
'Cause you get it like that when you want to be that way
When you want to be that way
That's the way you want to be, see

Hey! It's all right
Hey! Ah, it's all right

Now that you try to do to me
Out there walkin' doesn't matter, baby
Ain't no question, no suggestion
Nothin' in my mind that can't be
Shut out when I want it to be
Nothin' in yours that can't be kept in
When you open it up and lose it
And nothin' you can't let out
If it's got to be let out, just let it out
And don't worry which way it goes

Hey! It's all right
Hey! Ah, it's all right

Now how can I tell you that I love you
How can I say so many words and so many syllables
In such a short space of time as this
Just turn it on and soak it in
And let it run off the walls
And let it down, keep it, and don't lose it
Or confuse it
It's just right there layin' open
Completely open for everybody to see
Yeah, you got it

Hey! It's all right
Hey! Ah, it's all right


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