You walked in
Just like smoke
With a little come on, come on, come on
In your walk
Well, come on
I've been waitin'
Are you waitin?
For my move, well I'm makin' it
So tell me baby, can you shake it?
If I can move it with ya
Will you let me take it?
I'll be down on my knees
Screamin' take me, take me, take me, take me
I'm yours
I've never felt so out of control
You don't even know what you're doin' to me
Come on and do it to me
Don'tcha stop
Come on, come on
Come on little rabbit
Show me where you got it
Cause I know you got a habit

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    I can not believe that no one has posted here yet. This is the best song to mellow out to. I mean, the meaning is obvious, a guy likes a girl and wants her bad! :) This tops my music list for sure!

    Chickaroo9212on June 22, 2002   Link
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    this song is so great...i love to just relax after work listening to this song...that guy really wants to get some! haha

    emobabyon July 28, 2002   Link
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    one of my fave afghan whigs song. i feel like want to shag whenever i'm listening to this song... cool song... btw, where in the hell is greg dulli ?

    stingeron August 16, 2002   Link
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    stinger, check out greg dulli's other band, the twilight singers. they're a lot more laid back than the whigs, but they're great for relaxing.

    x_t_rex_killa_xon October 07, 2002   Link
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    hot stuff.

    a town like parison April 08, 2003   Link
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    I think it's pretty dumb that he calls her rabbit. But other than that, I've got no problems.

    nitsirhcon January 16, 2005   Link
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    This songs is one of the best I have ever heard. You'll find someone who says that on almost every discussion on here, so I'll be that guy here and now.

    gabeivon February 15, 2005   Link
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    Where are the Whig fans?

    Well, I guess there never really that many.

    I remember when the "Honkey's Ladder" vid was on MTV, a hundred years ago. I thought that was the end of the Whig's anonymity. I had visions of bandwagon hell. It never happened, though. I guess most people just don't get the Afghan Whigs.

    This song makes you wish that you were Greg Dulli. I swear, no one wrote songs like him. No one white, at least.

    I still can't really listen to the Twilight Singers yet, I just can't bring myself to give it a chance, I am still in mourning. ( Isn't that ridiculous ? )

    Sigh... wish it were 1994.

    Brandon53on May 01, 2005   Link
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    I love this song too! It's the most accessible out of the Whigs' entire catalogue I think, I could almost imagine it being played on commercial radio... almost. It's the sleaziest, sexiest song ever =). Dulli must've been really horny...

    I love the Whigs, though I hadn't heard of them until 1999 (hey, I'm in Australia). I'm so insanely jealous of anyone that's seen them live! Greg Dulli is in a class of his own, I worship the man.

    Give the Twilight Singers a go - I love them just the same, but they aren't the Whigs.

    striderwhoon June 20, 2005   Link
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    I always thought this sing was about anal sex...

    HungryLikeTheWolfon September 07, 2005   Link

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