If you're sitting down

Time to get up

Sippin' on something

Drink it up, Hit the floor

And rock your body

Wil'out cuz its a party HEY!

I saw you for the first time

When you were walking on to th block

You had a fine throw-back, timberlands to match

And now I don't see you no-more

And I'm tryin to find out where you at

Cuz you would look so much better next to me

OHH-wait you sexy baby come back this way


And now I know I'm looking good and no need to frontin'

All eyes on me

I must be working somethin'

'Bout to hit the floor so tell me who want it

You looking at me so won't you come & get it?

Playa's what's crackin

I'm asking who's dancin' with me tonight?

UHH DJ don't stop playin my song!


I'm hot but I don't get sweat on my hair

It's still gettin atcha

Girls roll with me, but I can't find 'em

Gimme a second & let me locate 'em

Tell me watcha doin after we close

We're going where everyone goes

On the west is hot spot, and the east is the copshop, south the waffle house

Baby come dance with me!


Ooooooooooooooooooooooo whooooooo step step step step

Ooooooooooooooooooooooo whooooooo rock rock rock rock

Ooooooooooooooooooooooo whooooooo bounce bounce bounce bounce

Hit the floor and rock your body

Wil'out cuz it's a party HEY!



Tamia Washington-Hill (born May 9, 1975 in Windsor, Ontario) is a Canadian R&B singer. She is noted for her spinto mezzo-soprano, a rangy three octaves, capable of both dark contralto depths and angelic soprano highs. Tamia has released three albums since her discovery by Quincy Jones in 1995, at the age of nineteen: 1998's Tamia, 2000's A Nu Day, and 2004's More. All achieved moderate success on R&B charts and urban radio, but failed to achieve mainstream success. ... Read More