Get up, get it out
And groove it, in and out
And move it up and down
"All you got to do is"

Everybody get movin'
And the rhythm will take the control
All the ladies are groovin'
All the fellows are ready to go

We're going high tonight
And it feels all right

Move it, movie

Everybody get to it
Everybody move up on inside
Baby do you want to do it
Do you want to go down one more time

It's getting hot tonight
And it feels just right

Move it, move it
Move it, move it


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    lol, oh my. this song is pretty straight out. dont think i need to explain. interpert it how ever u wanna....

    at the end of my version of it he says "lets take it slow, uup and down.... (ect), move, all ya got ta do is!" just figured i'd add that in. dope rox, latas

    RocKerchik15on June 18, 2002   Link
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    get up. get it out and grouve it in and out. that`s clearly about sex. awesome song.

    david311freakon June 09, 2004   Link
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    yepp its a really good song.. the first time i heard i was like WOW!! hahah but anyway good song! dope kicks ass

    amazingxOxOjeSS19o2on December 28, 2005   Link
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    Edsels a nympho,its about sex,simple as that

    DopetteLuvsEdselon June 17, 2008   Link

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