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I wanna tell you about ooh poo pah doo
They call me the most
Ooh poo pah doo
They call me the most, yeah
I won't stop tryin' till I create disturbance in your mind

Now ooh poo pah doo
They call me the most
Oh, yeah now
They call me the most
I won't stop tryin' till I create disturbance in your mind

Create disturbance in your mind
Create disturbance in your mind
Create disturbance in your mind
Create disturbance in your mind
I won't stop tryin' till I create disturbance in your mind

Lord have mercy
Soul is happy children

Ohh pah doo
They call me the most
Oh, mama, mama, mama, mama
Don't you know they call me the most, hey
I won't stop tryin' till I create disturbance in your mind
Look in here baby, here's what I'm gonna do

Ring a few bells in your ear
Ring a few bells in your ear
Ring a few bells in your ear
Ring a few bells in your ear
I won't stop tryin' till I create disturbance in your mind



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