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Knock On Wood

This song is by Otis Redding and appears on the album King & Queen (1967) and on the compilation album The Very Best of, Vol. 2 (1995).

This song is a cover of "Knock on Wood" by Eddie Floyd.
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Knock on Wood
I don't wanna loose
This good thing [Baby]
That I got If I do, now
I would surely
I got to, I got to lose a lot

Cause your love is better
Than any love I know

I said it's like thunder
It's like lightning
The way you love me is frightn'in
I think I better knock, knock, knock on wood

I'm not superstitious...
About what?
About you But I can't take no chance
You got me spinnning Spinning
Baby I'm in a trance

Your love is better
Than anything I know

I said it's like thunder
It's like lightning
The way you love me is frightn'in
I think I better knock, knock, knock on wood

I don't see that women
(Talkin' about colour) To feel my loving colour
You got me seeing
She can really see
That I can't get enough

Its just one touch
From you baby
You know it just means so much

I said it's like thunder
It's like lightning
The way you love me is frightn'ing
I think I better knock, knock, knock on wood
I think I better knock, knock, knock on wood
I think I better knock, knock, knock on wood
I think I better knock, knock, knock on wood

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