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Knock on Wood

by Steve Cropper

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I don't want to lose you, this good thing That I got 'cause if I do I will surely, Surely lose a lot. Cause your love is better Than any love I know. It's like thunder and lightning, The way you love me is frightening. You better knock, knock on wood, baby. I'm not superstitious about ya But I can't take no chance. I got me spinnin', baby, You know I'm in a trance. 'Cause your love is better Than any love I know. It's like thunder and lightning, The way you love me is frightening. You better knock, knock on wood, baby. It's no secret, That woman is my loving cup 'Cause she sees to it That I get enough. Just one touch from here, You know it means so much. It's like thunder and lightning, The way you love me is frightening. You better knock, knock on wood, baby. You better knock, knock, knock on wood

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