For Your Entertainment

Album: For Your Entertainment (2009)
Charted: 37 61
  • So hot
    Out the box
    Can we pick up the pace?
    Turn it up,
    Heat it up
    I need to be entertained
    Push the limit
    Are you with it?
    Baby, don't be afraid
    I'm a hurt 'ya real good, baby

    Let's go
    It's my show
    Baby, do what I say
    Don't trip off the glitz
    That I'm gonna display
    I told ya
    I'm a hold ya down until you're amazed
    Give it to ya 'til your screaming my name

    No escaping when I start
    Once I'm in I own your heart
    There's no way you'll ring the alarm
    So hold on until it's over

    Oh, do you know what you got into?
    Can you handle what I'm 'bout to do?
    Cause it's about to get rough for you
    I'm here for your entertainment

    Oh, I bet you thought that I was soft and sweet
    You thought an angel swept you off your feet
    Well I'm about to turn up the heat
    I'm here for your entertainment

    It's alright
    You'll be fine
    Baby, I'm in control
    Take the pain
    Take the pleasure
    I'm the master of both
    Close your eyes
    Not your mind
    Let me into your soul
    I'm a work ya 'til your totally blown

    No escaping when I start
    Once I'm in I own your heart
    There's no way to ring the alarm
    So hold on until it's over

    Oh, do you know what you got into?
    Can you handle what I'm 'bout to do?
    Cause it's about to get rough for you
    I'm here for your entertainment

    Oh, I bet you thought that I was soft and sweet
    You thought an angel swept you off your feet
    Well I'm about to turn up the heat
    I'm here for your entertainment

    Oh oh, mm
    Entertainment
    Oh oh, oh entertainment
    I'm here for your entertainment

    Ooh
    Do you like what you see?
    Woah
    Let me entertain ya 'till you scream

    Oh, do you know what you got into?
    Can you handle what I'm 'bout to do?
    Cause it's about to get rough for you
    I'm here for your entertainment

    Oh, I bet you thought that I was soft and sweet (bet ya thought)
    You thought an angel swept you off your feet
    Well I'm about to turn up the heat (turn up the heat)
    I'm here for your entertainment Writer/s: CLAUDE KELLY, LUKASZ GOTTWALD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Miles from West Linn, OrI'm glad he didn't win ^^. If he did we would have never heard from him again. The american idol curse XD
  • Nicole from Mankato, MnErica, I totally agree with you. I'm glad he's able to do what he wants. That's why I was glad that Daughtrey didn't win in whatever season he was in. These guys are way to talented to be held down.
  • Erica from Minford, Ohpersonally I'm kinda glad he didn't win cuz now he can do whatever he wnts and hasn't signed his life away to the ppl who run idol
  • Hannah from Gustavus, OhLambert stated in an interview with Fuse TV that this song is meant to be taken two ways: either as just a fun song about him entertaining you, or "I'm gonna hold it down and, you know, GIVE it to you," referring to the sadomasochistic sexual themes of the song. The lyrics themselves, most notably the prechoruses and refrain, often refer to domination and have sexual connotations.
  • Becky from Box Springs, Gathis guy can sing his butt off....and he's hot! i'm not a fan of American Idol but this man should have won....what a voice!!!!
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