I Like the Way You Werk It
Information Society Lyrics


Syncopated rhythms movement
Slight simulated pain
No form of human answer can explain
Synthetic screams, Just data streams
Hypnotic smile, So versatile

I like the way you werk it

I, I, I like the way you werk it
and I, I, I like the way you move

Every tactile sensor active
Synaptic template on
Coping until all self restraint is gone
Human themes with plastic seams
Nothing to share but I don't care

I like the way you werk it

I, I, I like the way you werk it
and I, I, I like the way you move
You drive me crazy when you do the robot
and I, (I,) I, (I,) I like the way you groove

I, I, I like the way you werk it
and I, I, I like the way you move
You drive me crazy when you do the robot
and I, (I,) I, (I,) I like the way you groove

I, I, I like the way you werk it
and I, I, I like the way you move
You drive me crazy when you do the robot
and I, (I,) I, (I,) I like the way you groove

I like the way you move

I like the way you werk it

I, I, I like the way you werk it
and I, I, I like the way you move
You drive me crazy when you do the robot
and I, (I,) I, (I,) I like the way you groove

I, I, I like the way you werk it
and I, I, I like the way you move
You drive me crazy when you do the robot
and I, (I,) I, (I,) I like the way you groove

I, I, I like the way you groove

I like the way you move

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Tucker's DJ Mixtape Podcast

This needs more views.

chadergeist82

In 2006, it was announced that Paul Robb and James Cassidy had decided to reconvene Information Society, initially without Kurt Harland's full participation in the recording process. [3] Harland's absence in the studio line-up was cited as being due to family and work obligations. Harland ultimately contributed lead vocals to one track, "Seeds of Pain." The new lineup included Christopher Anton as lead vocalist and co-writer for several tracks from Oscillator and Synthesizer.

DJ FACT.50

Ahhh that's why it always sounded so familiar. Jeeez I guess every 80's electro artist sampled Kraftwerk lol.

Madeline Goede

I guess to each is own, I think their '92 album Peace And Love, Inc. is brilliant. =)

genXer3

Got the new CD "Synthesizer", It's sweeeeeet! Chris Anton has a decent vocal style. Kurt did a track on it too -"Seeds Of Pain"- love it. Would have liked for Kurt to have done at least TWO tracks though. -I LOVE the way you werk it!!

Todd Omicioli

and actually this is from synthesizer, track 3

kynigh

Where can I download it? I don't find on Limewire!!!

YerAmishDaddy

This is a really good track off the new album "Synthesizer". The whole album is surprisingly great! No kidding! A lot of songs with such infectious hooks that they'll get stuck in your head for days on end.

rt16

an awesome song from an awesome band. I just got Apocryphon: Electro Roots 1982-1985

Sarah Chang

I love the album. I bought it!!

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