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Freak Me Now Lyrics Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy

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Freak Me Now Lyrics Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy

Freak Me Now Lyrics Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy

[Chorus: Jessie Ware]
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh no, don't you go cool me down
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh no, don't you go cool me down
Baby, keep heating me up
Oh no don't you go cool me down (Don't cool me down)
Don't you go cool me down, uh-uh
Freak me now

[Verse 1: Jessie Ware]
What makes you wanna fly?
Must be something 'bout tonight
That sparkle in my eye
You are a jewel, baby
Ooh, baby
Do what you do, baby
Come make a move, baby
You know I want you

[Verse 2: Róisín Murphy]
Ooh, up and at 'em, just like you did before (Work it out)
Why you have it? That sexy body for (Break it down)
Oh forget it, nobody's keepin' score (Freak it out)
So up and at 'em, move your body, it's what your body's for

[Verse 3: Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy]
The way that he makes you wanna pack your case and leavе tonight
I don't know what he does or doesn't do, but hе can do it right
I don't care if it ends tonight, I'll see you in the afterlife
Oh, yeah (Oh, yeah)
Oh, yeah (Oh, yeah)

[Chorus: Jessie Ware, Róisín Murphy & Both]
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Don't cool me down)
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Freak me now)
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Uh, uh)
Don't you go cool me down, uh-uh
Freak me now

[Verse 4: Jessie Ware, Róisín Murphy & Clarence Coffee Jr.]
Strike if you're hot like fire
Put it in this gasoline (Work it out)
Let me know if you want that oochie-coochie or that in between (Take it down)
Tell me if you wanna love
You wanna touch, you wanna ahh
(Fan the flame) Fan the flame
(Baby, what's my name?) What's my name? (Freak it out)

[Chorus: Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy]
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Don't cool me down)
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Freak me now)
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Don't cool me down)
Don't you go cool me down, uh-uh
It's what your body's for

[Post-Chorus: Clarence Coffee Jr.]
Bring that body over here
Put that ass on the floor
Bring your back up off the wall
Then gimme, gimme some more (Freak it out)
Bring that body over here
Put that ass on the floor
Bring your back up off the wall
Then gimme, gimme some more

[Bridge: Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy]
I'll be your F-R-E-A-K under cover
I'll be your L-O-V-E-R like no other
Like no other, like no other (Work it out, break it down, freak it out)
I'll be your F-R-E-A-K under cover
So up and at 'em, move your body, it's what's your body for

[Chorus: Jessie Ware, Róisín Murphy & Both]
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Don't cool me down)
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Freak me now)
Baby, keep heatin' me up
Oh, no, don't you go cool me down (Uh, uh)
Don't you go cool me down, uh-uh
Freak me now

[Post-Chorus: Clarence Coffee Jr. & Róisín Murphy]
Bring that body over here
Put that ass on the floor
Bring your back up off the wall
Then gimme, gimme some more (It's what your body's for)
Bring that body over here
Put that ass on the floor
Bring your back up off the wall
Then gimme, gimme some more (It's what your body's for)

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Song Credit:–

Song:– Freak Me Now
Singer:– Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy
Album:– UNHEALTHY (Deluxe) (2023)
Producer:– Stuart Price
Written:– Jessie Ware, Stuart Price, Clarence Coffee Jr. & Róisín Murphy
Label:– PMR Records & EMI (Label)
Vocals:– Jessie Ware & Róisín Murphy
Released:– July 27, 2023

About Jessie Ware:–

Jessie Ware is a British singer, songwriter, and podcaster. She was born on October 15, 1984, in Hammersmith, London, England. Ware first gained recognition as a featured artist on electronic music tracks before establishing herself as a successful solo artist with her soulful and sophisticated sound.

Her music career began in 2009 when she provided vocals for British dubstep musician SBTRKT (Aaron Jerome) on the song "Nervous." This collaboration helped bring her talents to the forefront of the music scene. She then lent her vocals to tracks by other electronic artists such as Joker and Sampha.

In 2012, Jessie Ware released her debut studio album, "Devotion," which received critical acclaim and commercial success. The album featured a mix of soul, R&B, and electronic elements, and included popular tracks like "Wildest Moments" and "Running."

Her second album, "Tough Love," was released in 2014 and further solidified her standing as a talented artist. The album showcased her powerful and emotive vocals and explored themes of love and relationships.

Ware's subsequent albums, "Glasshouse" (2017) and "What's Your Pleasure?" (2020), continued to receive acclaim from both critics and fans alike. "What's Your Pleasure?" in particular received widespread praise for its disco and dance-inspired sound, earning her a Mercury Prize nomination.

Apart from her music career, Jessie Ware is also known for her podcast "Table Manners with Jessie Ware," which she co-hosts with her mother, Lennie Ware. The podcast features conversations with celebrity guests who join them for a home-cooked meal, where they discuss food, music, and life.

About Róisín Murphy:–

Róisín Murphy is an Irish singer, songwriter, and producer known for her unique and eclectic musical style that blends elements of electronic, dance, pop, and experimental music. She was born on July 5, 1973, in Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland.

Róisín first gained fame as the lead vocalist of the electronic music duo Moloko, which she formed with Mark Brydon in 1994. Moloko achieved success with their innovative and genre-blending music, and their most well-known hit is "Sing It Back" from their 1998 album "I Am Not a Doctor."

After Moloko disbanded in the early 2000s, Róisín embarked on a solo career and released her debut solo album, "Ruby Blue," in 2005. The album, produced in collaboration with electronic musician Matthew Herbert, showcased her creative vision and experimental approach to music.

Her follow-up album, "Overpowered," released in 2007, further solidified her status as a solo artist and received critical acclaim for its infectious dance-pop sound and Róisín's captivating vocals. The album included tracks like "Overpowered," "Let Me Know," and "You Know Me Better."

Róisín Murphy's subsequent albums, "Hairless Toys" (2015) and "Take Her Up to Monto" (2016), continued to explore her artistic versatility and creativity. Her music often features intricate production, thought-provoking lyrics, and a blend of various musical genres, making her stand out as an innovative and forward-thinking artist.

Throughout her solo career, Róisín has earned praise for her powerful and distinctive voice, as well as her daring and imaginative fashion sense. She is celebrated as an artist who is unafraid to push boundaries and challenge conventional norms in both her music and her visual presentations.