Beres Hammond Dancing Beauty Lyrics 9.58 riddim

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Beres Hammond

Beres Hammond

My girl

Do what you do, I just love what you do, yeah
I like that dance, do it yes

They see her dancing
And say she's freaky
They watch the moves she makes
And ask how good she is
Oh because she whine on her toes
And puzzle the pros
How she do her thing no body knows
Yes, I think she's a beauty

And when the bassline pounds
She let her hair falls down
I just wouldn't hang around
To see if she would slow down
Make some way part that crowd
place were are at, they're in front row
I can't afford to miss one minute of the show
I hope when she's dancing she slide up and smile at me
Make it feel like special
For me personally..yea
Just dance..Jus
Do everything you never did before yea
Keep me runing running round the pole to my girl

And how she dances
Dances neatly
I know she loves to create
And does it sweetly
Heh, whine my girl up on your toe
Send me please..should fall down
Remember we're at home
yeah..yeah.

And when the bassline pounds
She let her hair falls down
I just wouldn't hang around
To see if she would slow down
Make some way part that crowd
place were are at, they're in front row
I can't afford to miss one minute
she's dancing and I love it
She's a beauty

Whine girl.Whine like you never whine before
You're finominal..yeah
Suprise mi..Suprize mi little girl
Make mi wann run run run home yeah

They see her dancing
And say she's freaky
They watch the moves she makes
And ask how good she is
Oh because she whine on her toes
And puzzle the pros
How she do her thing no body knows
Yes, I think she's a beauty

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