Album: Singles Collection (2009)
Charted: 7 1
  • One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me
    Oh

    Babe, pick a night
    To come out and play
    If it's alright
    What do you say?

    Merrier the more
    Triple fun that way
    Twister on the floor
    What do you say?

    Are you in
    Livin' in sin is the new thing (yeah)
    Are, you in
    I am countin'

    One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me
    Oh

    One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me
    Oh

    Three is a charm
    Two is not the same
    I don't see the harm
    So are you game?

    Lets' make a team
    Make 'em say my name
    Lovin' the extreme
    Now are you game?

    Are, you in
    Livin' in sin is the new thing
    Are, you in
    I am countin'

    One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me

    One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me

    What we do is innocent
    Just for fun and nothin' meant
    If you don't like the company
    Let's just do it you and me
    You and me
    Or three
    Or four
    On the floor!

    One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me
    Oh

    One, two, three
    Not only you and me
    Got one eighty degrees
    And I'm caught in between
    Countin'
    One, two, three
    Peter, Paul and Mary
    Gettin' down with 3P
    Everybody loves me
    Oh Writer/s: TIFFANY AMBER, MAX MARTIN, SHELLBACK
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 7

  • Christina from DelawareThis is the censored version! The original verse, was, “living in sin, is the new thing”, but conservative’s complained about it, so she had to take that out. (But just to be a smart ass, I bought the original version, on I tunes, and I gladly blast it)
  • Kurt from Birmingham, Alno no no! it's about a Twister Game! "Twister on the floor" - really! uh huh! Totally Innocent! (smirk - Sarcasm)
  • Emma from Brooklyn, Nylmao joshua i think mike was being sarcastic.
  • Joshua from Fairfield, OhUmm, Ive been told she made this song about her having 3-way sex. Like in lyrics "and im caught in between" and "You&me or 3 or 4, on the floor" it kinda refers to that. So to Mike, this is a very slutty song.
  • Maria. from Montclair, Cayou & me.

    or three.

    or four.

    on the floor.

    i like the beat but her voice is fake.
    its still a good song tho.
  • Lauryn from Lewisville, TxThis song is amazing. Britney really changed her ways.Her life is becoming more better for her.
  • Mike from Matawan, NjI'm really glad to see this young lady's starting to change her image as a slut and a fembot into something positive for young women to look up to and emulate.

    This chick is one step away from doing a 'Hustler' spread.
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