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Lyrics | 27 January 2010 10:51 CET

VIP -I Think I Like Am


Album : Progress
Artistes :VIP - Abdul Hamidu Ibrahim (Lazzy), Emmanuel P romzy Ababio (Promzy), Joseph Nana Ofori (Prodigal)

Language :English, Twi
Year 2009

Chorus (Lazzy)
I see this girl around my way (I think I like am)
And I like the way in hips dey sway (I think I like am)

She move like Miss Africa (I think I like am)
Anything she want I go give her (I think I like am)

One day, (I think I like am) (2x)
Verse - Prodigal
Baby girl, welcome to my party
Grab a glass, let's share some Bacardi
Move to the dance floor, shake your body
My party don't hurt nobody
So shake your body body, move your body body
Rock your body body, let's sex your body body
Don't stand there, don't watch what we doing
Move to the groove, tell me how you feeling
Make we joley dey go
The way we dey do, make we follow dey go
We about to start the show
Money go flow for air till we end the show
Verse - Lazzy
It was on Saturday morning
Body dey move just like bisso
She dey move, she dey dance calypso
She move like Miss Africa
Anything she want I go give her
One day, (I think I like am)
Tell me what you want
Ɔbaa yi hoɔ fɛ paa
Repeat Chorus
Verse - Promzy
Ɔbaa a mereka ne ho asɛm no no nie
Tumtum broni no no nie
Momhwɛ ne nipa dua ne n'ahoɔfɛ
Ɔbaa mu baa nie
Body talks for her
Smile talks for her
Skin talks for her
Hair talks for her
Ɔyɛ me laptop, charle
Mongyae mo loose talk, ɛne mo desktop
Sɛ woara hu no a, you go give up
Ɔbaa yi yɛ obiaa she know what time it is and she know whatsup!

Hwɛ ne high heels, shii, ɔbɔso beebia
Ahoɔfɛ type wei deɛ ɛnyɛ makeup
Mepɛ sɛ nea ɔsi ma ne ho sɛ, ɔyɛ Ghanaian
Ɔnrushe Jack, wei deɛ, ɔyɛ differentƆyɛ me girl, meyɛ ne boy,ɔyɛ me girl, meyɛ ne boy

Ɔntie deɛ amanfoɔ bɛka, ɛfiri sɛ meyɛ ne boy

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