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Groove Me
King Floyd Lyrics

Uhh! Awww, sookie sookie now!
Hey! Oww, uhh! Come on, baby!
Hey there, Sugar Darling,
Let me tell you something
Girl, I've been trying to say, now.
You look so sweet,
And you're so doggone fine.
I just can't get you out of my mind.
You've become a sweet taste in my mouth, now.
And I want you to be my spouse,
So that we can live happily, nah-nah,
In a great big ol' roomy house.
And I know you're gonna groove me, baby.
Ahh, yeah, now.
You make me feel good inside.
Come on, and groove me, baby.
I need you to groove me.
Ahhh, yeah, now, now, darling.
Uhh! Come on, come on!
Hey! Uhh!
Hey there, Sugar Darlin',
Come on, give me something
Girl, I've been needing for days.
Yes, I'm good, good loving,
With plenty, plenty hugging.
Ooh, you cute little thang, you.
Girl, between you and me, nah-nah,
We don't need no company.
No other man, no other girl
Can enter into our world,
Not as long as you groove me, baby.
Ahh, come on.
Make me feel good inside.
Come on and groove me, baby.
Move me, baby.
Ahh, sock it to me, mama.
Uhh! Ahh, I like it like that, baby.
Uhh! Groove me, baby! Hey! Uhh!
Groove me, darling!
Come on, come on.
I need you to sock it to me, mama.
Come on and groove me, baby.
Hey! Uhh! Good, God!
It makes me feel so good inside, mama.
Now, come on, come on, and uhh,
Groove me, baby, groove me, baby.
Ahh, sock it to me,
Sock it to me,
Rock it to me.
Come on, come on!
Come on!
And uhh,
Groove me, mama, I want you to
Groove me!

Lyrics Β© Peermusic Publishing
Written by: KING FLOYD

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Marcus Reeves


Wayne Green

Groovy love song (old school rules)

Josie Hale



Was thinking the same thing!

Dee Pryor

@SunShine43v3r1 aa


Yessss indeed

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Michael Glickman

For those wondering, the other musicians are backing vocalists Annie Bass, Jackie Dorsey, and Katherine Henderson; guitarist Jerry Puckett; bassist Vernie Robbins; drummer-percussionist James Stroud; pianist-organist Wendell Quezergue; flutists Pam Cook and Bob Reynolds; brass players Ed Butler, Hugh Garraway, Lee Kornegay, Perry Lomax, Rick Thorley, Charles Wicker, and Eddie Williams; and string players Jackie Dalvit, Mickey Davis, Yenoin Guibbory, Newts Guilbeau, Ted Madsen, Ann Mason, Bob Mason, and Marilyn Slipetz.

Neil Stevens

@Lori A In fact, Otis is a god to me and that's one of the first I learned along with Pain In My Heart and She's Gone. Hard to Handle is a bit trickier though....

Lori A

@Neil Stevens these little gems are easy yet so fun to learn. Another example, Sitting By The Dock of the Bay. Got to remain hungry to keep learning new tunes, with each new song comes a new playing style, the next thing you know the beginner becomes an intermediate player:) At that point, there's no looking back!

Neil Stevens

@Lori A I'm a rank beginner on bass but even I could do this one after a few tries!

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