I Want More" is a song on Can's 1976 album Flow Motion. Unusually, it features all of the members of the band on vocals simultaneously and is characteristic of their Virgin era sound, with lyrics written by Peter Gilmour. It was the band's only hit single in the UK which led to an appearance on Top of the Pops, where bass player Holger Czukay performed with a double bass. The band were introduced by Noel Edmonds, who made the pun "I wonder if Can will get into the top tin!".
want no more) And I sure can take a lot more than you think I can (Till I want nor more) But if you wanna burn me out girl, and my desire (Till I want no more) I don't care no more baby so spit your fire (Till I want no more) Mmh, till I want no more (More), till. I want no more (More) (More, more, mo-o-o-ore, till I want no more).
Want-want-want some more, want some more Even though a nigga been getting to it Want-want-want some more (Still, want some more) Want some more, want some more Every time I end up getting it Want-want-want-want some more When they start talking crazy That's when I know that they want some. more I know that I'm getting it, but fuck it 'Cause I want some more Whe-whe-when they start talking crazy That's when I know that they want some more Every time I end up getting it Want-want-want-want some more. to topic, stay in my pocket I got your rent in my pocket, so can I pay you to pop it? Cash Money, getting six albums, no bitch niggas on a bitch album You niggas apologize when a nigga diss you? That's a big problem.
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Album · 2015 · 1 Song. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. I Want More - Single Jayjayborn2sing.
Here am I with my desire Feel it burning just for you My, oh my, this love divine is talking me to somewhere new. Just slide Get your body down, down, down And glide I gotta feel you all around. Boy you got me wanting more, more, more Give it all up for love babe You got me saying more, more, more Wind me up, wind me up You know I want you more, more, more Gotta give it all up for love, babe You got me saying more, more, more baby just fill me up to the top No more
But over all I really like the photobook and the tracks. There is so many stickers I can't hahaha. The CD holder (I don't know how you call this haha) is pretty plain but red and I love red so I like it hehe.
This album is held in high regard, but I found it a little TOO laid-back. I would not call this album disco. It's too mellow for that. You could almost call it "stoned soul. As a result, I think it sounds a lot more like early-70s soul with a few lite-disco rhythms mixed in. All in all, I found it unfortunately underwhelming, like Marvin's other albums. There's certainly nothing bad, but it's not all that remarkable either. The title track, like "Mercy Mercy Me," was done better by Robert Palmer.