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T-C-A

T-C-A is a dance song about a classy lady. Sung by 13beatz the song was written by Robert Boog who claims he was at a New Years Eve party when he overheard some women complaining about the songs that were being played. “They were tired of hearing rap songs that referred to women as “bitches and ho’s” so I wrote a song about a woman with class.” T-C-A can be found on the Sweet Summer Moon album. (click for Spotify link)

T-C-A – sung by 13beatz

music and lyrics by Robert Boog

oh yeah she’s my T-C-A

She don’t hafta wear Prada – she always looking good
Got glamour without drama – like she’s from Hollywood
Girls they wanna be like her and grandmas say okay
Her faith in God is always strong – her kind words fall like rain


She’s my T.C.A., total class act
when you need a friend or a hand
home girl will have your back
She’s my T.C.A., total class act
Her hips and curves are dangerous
More killer than a heart attack
she’s my T.C.A., T.C.A., my T.C.A., T.C.A
(Come on, come on)
Come on ladies can we bump now?
Classy ladies, have some fun now.
Come on, baby, can we bump now?
Classy ladies, have some fun now


She won’t talk behind your back, she’ll say it to your face
No naughty bits in public and she’ll always cross her legs
Hotels will give her upgrades when all she does is smile
Celebrities will follow HER just to check her style

She’s my T.C.A., total class act
when you need a friend or a hand
home girl will have your back
She’s my T.C.A., total class act
Her hips and curves are dangerous
More killer than a heart attack
She’s my T.C.A., T.C.A., My T.C.A., T.C.A
(Come on, come on)
Come on ladies can we bump now?
Classy ladies, have some fun now.
Come on, baby, can we bump now?
Classy ladies, have some fun now
keep it classy, never trashy, in the bedroom, a little nasty
keep it classy, never trashy, in the bedroom, a little nasty.
keep it classy, never trashy, in the bedroom, a little nasty
keep it classy, never trashy, in the bedroom, a little nasty

T-C-A a song by Robert Boog


She gives freely to charity – she always helps the poor.
That girl can cook a healthy meal – and have you beg for more (good god!)
If she ever was homeless – or in jail – don’t ask me why
Ooh, that girl STILL would have more class – than the people that be walking by


She’s my T.C.A., total class act
when you need a friend or a hand
home girl will have your back
She’s my T.C.A., total class act
Her hips and curves are dangerous
More killer than a heart attack
she’s my T.C.A., T.C.A., my T.C.A., T.C.A
Come on, come on, come on ladies can we bump now?
Classy ladies, have some fun now.
Come on baby, can we bump now?
Classy ladies, have some fun now

click here for Spotify Link

If you liked this song, check out Calling – also sung by 13beatz and written by Robert

https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/robertboog/calling

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About Robert Boog

Robert Boog lives a half hour north of Los Angeles in Valencia California where he works as a real estate broker. He writes books and songs as a hobby. He claims he once left a yellow lined legal notepad filled with lyrics behind at a coffee shop and was encouraged by a friendly barista to turn them into songs.

“I don’t claim that they’re great songs, but over 15,000 people have downloaded them.”

I’m not really a doctor, but I often play one at Starbucks.

How writing songs began

“In real estate it’s important to prospect, every day,” Boog explains. “That’s really your job, to go out and shake the bushes and find people who want to buy or sell. So I got into the habit of using a timer because my wife once got angry at me and said, ‘What is it going to take for you to prospect? Do I have to put a gun to your head?’ That really got to me.

I mean I thought, ‘What if somebody really DID put a gun to my head? What if they said, ‘You have GOT to prospect for 30 minutes or we will kill you.’ What would I do?” Boog reflected, “I don’t know about you, but I would use a timer. I mean, I wouldn’t want to prospect for 29 minutes or 31 minutes, right? They said 30 minutes.”

“From prospecting like that, I decided to do something creative each day using a timer for 18 minutes. After all, most of us procrastinate, don’t we? We say, one day I’ll do it. But if you pretend like someone has a gun to your head, it forces you to act. So no matter if it was crap or something brilliant, I would write for 18 minutes. And eventually, I tried to make sense of things.”

What was your first song?

The one the barista liked was called “Gift of Love”. Here are the lyrics. It’s not really a song. Or very good but Phydra, the singer I met online, said she thought it was cute and believed she could sing it. CLICK here to listen to Gift of Love on the Elephant album 

Your Favorite?

“John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Sting, Elton John, Prince, Pharell and Nile Rodgers are all my fave songwriters… pick any one of their hit songs. Of the ones I’ve written? – too hard to single out. What is amazing to me, seriously, is that you or I can write something down. A thought. And then someone else can sing it and turn it into a song. One time, for example, my wife was feeling down and so I wrote her a little poem. Gave it to her with some flowers. To my surprise she HATED it. Absolutely hated it. So later, I tried to sing it as a song. Sounded like crap, so I sent it to a friend, Andrea and he sang it like it was really a song. To my surprise, it sounded good to me. So that song, Cheer is amazing because of what Andrea was able to do with it. It’s way too long and will never see the light of day but I’ve got to give him all the credit as it was never meant to be a song. Just a poem and a shitty one at that”. Here is the YouTube video for Cheer

What is Your Most Recent Song?

I just rewrote a song called “Blackbirds” and another song called “Your Friend Zone” that you can find on Spotify. Blackbirds is probably the darkest song I’ve ever written but the lady who sings it did a great job.