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The Way I Walk
Jack Scott Lyrics


The way I walk is just the way I walk
The way I talk is just the way I talk
The way I smile is just the way I smile
Touch me baby, and I'll go home wild!
The way I love is just the way I love
Come-on and be my little turtle dog
Touch me baby, it feels so good
I feel it though I want to be, I don't know if I should!

Dee-oo-bee-oo-bee
Doo-bee-doo-bee-doo-waoh!
Doo-bee-doo-bee-doo-waoh!
Doo-bee-doo-bee-doo-waoh!
Doo-bee-doo-bee-doo-waoh!

Ah!ah! ah!

The way you love me got to sour my stile
Oh! little baby, I would say good-bye
Love me baby, love me right
Love me morning, noon and night

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Peermusic Publishing
Written by: JACK SCOTT

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John O'Sullivancalsmso

Been listening to this song for 50 years. Still love it as much as the first time I heard it.

Jerry Tulk

I am 53 years old and my dad was playing this when we were probably in diapers LOL. What a badass Jam! I knew the words to this song as well as my brothers when we were probably 10 LOL! My dad played some music but this was one of the best stuff

christopher dawson

First album I purchased was Jack's greatest hits. I loved everything he did in the 50's Best singer from that era. BEST

Conservative Vegan

I was SO lucky to see him perform in the late 90s and 2000s. He was great!

Joe Beutner

saw him quite a few times....always GREAT...
once a girl who had never seen (or heard of) him asked my girl friend, "What's Jack Scott like?"
to which she replied "He'll make you wet!" pretty good answer...

Jeff Wright

Same here...Brilliant night.x

Jarmo Kauppinen

Ita was so sad to hear again one of our great herous...gone for heavenly bands. I love Jacks music allways!

tricguerrero

Maravillosas musicales

michael brigg

He was good one of the best, dont know why he wasn't more famous.

Darla Haines

The British invasion, beginning around 1963, cut short the careers of a lot of great American rock and roll vocalists like Jack Scott. Some fans can be so fickle.

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