Yeah, yeah. Like I imagine I'ma sound like a Gatlin Gettin' rowdy with my crew down in Brooklyn Drinkin' Ginseng, not to mention, where's my hooligan Who find them cats like Benjamin Franklin Shorty perfect 12 on a scale 1 to 10 Whatever, whenever, you can see me like when, yeah, yeah, yeah, uhh When you're dead broke, and you can't pay the bills Uhh, yeah, so what you wanna do? Uhh, yeah [So baby, what you wanna do? Feel it. Uhh, yeah, yeah What you wanna do?
What cha wanna, what cha wanna What cha wanna do What cha wanna yeah What cha wanna, what cha wanna What cha wanna do. Yo what cha wanna do? Wanna ride with, wanna roll with the crew, get live with the crew? In 99, it's time to shine with the crew Yo what cha, what cha wanna do?
It is Crow's biggest international hit to date. The lyrics for the song are based on the poem "Fun" by Wyn Cooper. Crow adapted "Fun" into the lyrics for her song — earning Cooper considerable royalties, and helping to promote his book, originally published in a run of only copies in , into multiple reprints. It features Crow and her band performing the song on the street, with notable characters flying through the air. Two versions of the music video exist.