Oh My God

Album: 30 (2021)
Charted: 2 5
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  • I ain't got too much time to spare
    But I'll make time for you to show how much I care
    Wish that I would let you break my walls
    But I'm still spinning out of control from the fall
    Boy, you give good love, I won't lie
    It's what keeps me coming back, even though I'm terrified

    I know that it's wrong
    But I want to have fun
    Mmh, yeah
    Mmh, yeah

    I know that it's wrong
    But I want to have fun
    Mmh, yeah
    Mmh, yeah

    Oh my God, I can't believe it
    Out of all the people in the world
    What is the likelihood of jumping
    Out of my life and into your arms?
    Maybe, baby, I'm just losing my mind
    'Cause this is trouble, but it feels right
    Teetering on the edge of Heaven and Hell
    Is a battle that I cannot fight

    I'm a fool, but they all think I'm blind
    I'd rather be a fool than leave myself behind
    I don't have to explain myself to you
    I am a grown woman and I do what I want to do

    I know that it's wrong
    But I want to have fun
    Mmh, yeah
    Mmh, yeah

    I know that it's wrong
    But I want to have fun
    Mmh, yeah
    Mmh, yeah

    Oh my God, I can't believe it
    Out of all the people in the world
    What is the likelihood of jumping
    Out of my life and into your arms?
    Maybe, baby, I'm just losing my mind
    'Cause this is trouble, but it feels right
    Teetering on the edge of Heaven and Hell
    Is a battle that I cannot fight

    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (oh Lord)
    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (don't let me let myself down)
    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (oh my God)
    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me (oh, oh, oh)
    I said Lord don't let me let me down

    Oh my God, I can't believe it
    Out of all the people in the world
    What is the likelihood of jumping
    Out of my life and into your arms?
    Maybe, baby, I'm just losing my mind
    'Cause this is trouble, but it feels right
    Teetering on the edge of Heaven and Hell
    Well it's a battle that I cannot fight

    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me (I know that it's wrong)
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (but I want to have fun)
    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me (mmh, yeah)
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (mmh, yeah)
    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me (I know that it's wrong)
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (but I want to have fun)
    Lord don't let me, I said Lord don't let me (mmh, yeah)
    I said Lord don't let me let me down (mmh, yeah) Writer/s: Adele Laurie Blue Adkins, Greg Kurstin
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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