"Do It" is a song by Portuguese-Canadian pop singer Nelly Furtado for her third album, Loose (2006). It was written by Furtado, Timbaland and Janne Suni and produced by Timbaland and Hills. It features a prominent influence of 1980s dance-pop music and sexually suggestive lyrics, in which the song's protagonist asks a lover to satisfy her physically.
In January 2007, it was revealed that Timbaland plagiarized the synth…
You're standing at the door, I'm falling to the floor
You look even better than you did before
I'm staring at my feet, wondering if I can do this
It's been a while but I couldn't forget you