Kick out the JAMS
The notes’ll flow, yo, for the words I speak
Rap is weak so I teach and I reach
A positive vibe, a way of life is how I’m livin’
So get hype to the rhythm
KLF is the crew, ya hear, yeah
Design a rhyme I just won’t fear
Back to react, enough is enough
Let me ask you a question, what time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?

I want to see you sweat
I want to see you sweat

Take a chance to advance you might alucinate
Exagerate I devastate
We had to pass the Pyramid Blaster
The JAMs are here, is what you being at to
I make you, shake you, break you, take to
Right in the Path, what they call the Mu Mu
KLF – What, we can’t rock? Bring the Break
What Time is Love?
What Time is Love?
What Time is Love?


Mu mu
Mu mu
Mu mu
Mu mu

I wanna see you sweat
I wanna see you sweat

Kick out the JAMS motherfuckers!

I wanna see you

The final chapter — prophetic, poetic
When I’m done, this calls for anesthetic
Get to, step to, let an MC
Come in effect with Kingboy D
A wannabe, gonnabe — ol’time sucka
You know the time, I never stutter
A feat, a dream, a-yeah seem bright
Yeah, pass the mic — What Time Is Love?
What time is love?
What time is love?
What time is love?

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: James Francis Cauty / William Ernest Drummond / Ernest Drummond


The KLF were a British electronic band started in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Beginning in 1987, Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty released hip hop-inspired and sample-heavy records as the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu, and on one occasion as the Timelords. 

Wikipedia

Origin: London 

(1987)Members: Bill DrummondJimmy Cauty

Genres: House musicTechnoHip hop musicAlternative danceAmbient musicAvant-garde music

Record labels: Arista RecordsBlast First

Kazan- Kazan National Research Technical University Казанский национальный исследовательский технический университет имени А. Н. Туполева he graduated in Economics in 1982

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