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Where's the sand, I'm sad
My body, thumping, going pitty pat
Gettin' tan and wet
And when I feel the heat
I lose control of it, oh yeah
Oh baby, I'm feeling you
I must admit
Looking tight and fit
And I imagine you and I in

Chorus
Summer bodies, shake it to the
Music's going through ya
Can you feel the heat, the heat
The heat is movin' through your body
Temperature is rising
Can you feel the heat, the heat

Sleeping in 'till noon
Be naughty, put bubbles in the swimming pool
Skinny dip for two
And as you feel the rhythm taking hold of you
Ooh papi, I love it when you ooh eeh ooh
And I'm hooked, it's true
I imagine you and I in

Chorus

Summer's almost over so you better hurry
Andale, andale
Starting right now let's dance and party
Ole Ole Ole
Give me a reason to love you through, through the season
No need to hesitate, come on let's get it on
Let's celebrate 'cause it's

Chorus Until Fade

Anybody want some ice cream?



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