Music: Anything by Jojo MTV & Lyrics

Jojo - Anything Lyrics, MTV, Music Video and Lyrics Anything (Jojo)

Check Jojo latest song called Anything..a very catchy song and it actually have a sample from an old song “Africa” by Toto, a former number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100… “Anything” is the third single from JoJo’s 2006 album The High Road. The track borrows heavily from Producer Beau Dozier originally intended for the song to be sung by newcomer Tynisha Keli.The song was first introduced on March 19, 2006 on The Second JammX Kids All Star Dance Special.

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JoJo performing her new song Anything on GMTV !

Jojo – Anything Lyrics


(It’s gonna take a lot to drag me away from you
There’s nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do)

Yo I don’t know
What you do when you do what you do boy
But baby baby baby baby
I don’t even care no more
You’ve got me so
Caught up in ya spell, it’s voodoo boy
Well baby baby baby babe
I wanna be there for sure

Cause every time that we rendezvous
I don’t wanna go back home
And every time that I’m holding you
There ain’t no way to let you go
You’re shining down boy the game is through
I don’t wanna play no more
Cause the only one that I want is you
So tell me what you wanna do because baby

Cause I just can’t stay away
There’s nothing that I can do
And baby you can have your way
Just as long as I can have you

And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya
And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya

Now I’ve been told
That you got you a few and you ain’t sure
But baby baby baby baby
You gon wanna let em go
Cause I’ve been sold
On you, I don’t check for dues no more
Cause baby baby baby baby
You the way I wanna roll

Cause every time that we rendezvous
I don’t wanna go back home
And every time that I’m holding you
There ain’t no way to let you go
You’re shining down boy the game is through
Listen I don’t wanna play no more
Cause the only one that I want is you
So tell me what you wanna do because baby

Cause I just can’t stay away
There’s nothing that I can do
And baby you can have your way
Just as long as I can have you

And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya
And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya

I’m down anything, boy you and me
It’s the way you know it’s supposed to be
Cause I would do anything for you baby
I’m down anything, boy you and me
Should be doin what comes naturally
Baby cause I

Cause I just can’t stay away
There’s nothing that I can do
And baby you can have your way
Just as long as I can have you

And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya
And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya

Cause I just can’t stay away (Ooh no)
There’s nothing that I can do
And baby you can have your way
Just as long as I can have you

And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya
And I’d do anything baby, do anything for ya

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JoJo singing “Anything” from her High Road album (Live @ Jamm Kids)

Jojo – The High Road Album Track Listing

1. This Time
2. The Way You Do Me
3. Too Little Too Late
4. The High Road
5. Anything
6. Like That
7. Good Ol’
8. Coming For You
9. Let It Rain
10. Exceptional
11. How To Touch A Girl
12. Note To God

Review by Amazon.com
Back in 2004, when JoJo was 13 and seemed entirely too much like a character out of the parent-scaring movie Thirteen, nobody, not even her mom, could have guessed she had a disc as good as The High Road in her. What a difference a couple of years and a squadron of slicker-than-thou producers make. Beyond the addictive but not over-the-top radio hit “Too Little Too Late,” The High Road is littered with pit stops both elegant (the dreamy-sweet ballad “Exceptional,” the angsty, soulful “How to Touch a Girl,” and the introspective “Note to God”) and shoulder-shimmyingly fun (the sexy-funky R&B tease “This Time,” produced by Scott Storch; the hip-hop heater “The Way You Do Me,” done up with characteristic magic touches by Swiss Beatz; and the go-girl rock number “Comin’ for You,” whipped to a perfect-peaked froth by Soulshock). What makes these songs and others–particularly “Let It Rain,” with its tick-tick-tick-tick beat–standouts is not raw artistry but careful, willful calibration. JoJo’s vocals are full-throated, creamy, and increasingly Beyonce-like, but even when they veer in a Monica-reminiscent direction (check “Good Ol'”), they’re given their due with wide-open beats and rhythms that feel less ratcheted-up than right in time. Expect The High Road to log a lot of travelers, none of them weary. There’s not a pothole in sight. –Tammy La Gorce

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