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Marty Stuart – Shake Your Hips lyrics

Written by James Moore

I want to tell you about a dance
That's going 'round
Everybody's doing it
From the grownups down
Don't have to move your head
Don't have to move your hands
Don't have to move your lips
Just shake your hips
And do the hip shake baby
Do the hip shake baby
Do the hip shake baby
Shake your hips baby

Now if you don't know it
Don't be afraid
Just listen to me
And do what I say

Don't have to move your head
Don't move your hands
Don't move your lips
Just shake your hips

And do the hip shake baby
Do the hip shake baby
Do the hip shake baby
Shake your hips baby

Now ain't this easy

Well, I met a little girl
In a country town
She said what do you know
There Marty goes
I didn't move my head
I didn't move my hands
I didn't move my lips
She just shook her hips

She did the hip shake baby
Do the hip shake baby
Do the hip shake baby
Shake your hips baby

And ain't this easy



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