Oh My Lord

Album: All Night Long (2010)
  • Hey now, baby, you're rolling
    And your kitty in the middle is calling
    You got me hot like a diamond at Christmas
    Oh, my Lord

    Meet me on a corner at midnight
    We'll get down 'cause you know that it's alright
    You keep my rocket like you need the sunlight
    Oh, my Lord

    Oh, my Lord
    You are hotter than a firestorm
    You will never have to be alone
    You'll be treated like a precious stone

    Girl, you've got some dedication
    I wanna give you all of my affection
    You got all the boys at your attention
    Oh, my Lord

    Oh, my Lord
    You are hotter than a firestorm
    You will never have to be alone
    You'll be treated like a precious stone

    Oh, my Lord
    I have never seen this before
    You must have been blessed when you were born
    Wanna wrap you up and take you home

    Baby, you're the main attraction
    I wanna give you some satisfaction
    I hear you knocking at my backdoor
    Oh, my Lord

    Oh, my Lord
    You are hotter than a firestorm
    You will never have to be alone
    You'll be treated like a precious stone

    Oh, my Lord
    I have never seen this before
    You must have been blessed when you were born
    On my knees praying, oh, my Lord Writer/s: JOSHUA TODD, KEITH NELSON, KEITH EDWARD NELSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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