Bang Bang

Album: Sweet Talker (2014)
Charted: 1 3
  • She got a body like an hourglass
    But I can give it to you all the time
    She got a booty like a Cadillac
    But I can send you into overdrive
    (You've been waiting for that, step on up, swing your bat)
    See, anybody could be bad to you
    You need a good girl to blow your mind, yeah

    Bang bang into the room (I know you want it)
    Bang bang all over you (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey)
    Bang bang there goes your heart (I know you want it)
    Back, back seat of my car (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey)

    She might've let you hold her hand in school
    But I'ma show you how to graduate
    No, I don't need to hear you talk the talk
    Just come and show me what your momma gave you
    (I heard you've got a very big shhh, mouth but don't say a thing)
    See anybody could be good to you
    You need a bad girl to blow your mind

    Bang bang into the room (I know you want it)
    Bang bang all over you (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey)
    Bang bang there goes your heart (I know you want it)
    Back, back seat of my car (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey)

    Bang bang bang bang, ooh
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, ooh
    Bang bang bang bang, ooh
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, ooh
    B to the A to the N to the G to the, hey
    B to the A to the N to the G to the, hey
    B to the A to the N to the G to the, hey
    B to the A to the N to the G to the, hey

    See, anybody could be good to you
    You need a bad girl to blow your mind, your mind

    Bang bang into the room (I know you want it)
    Bang bang all over you (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey)
    Bang bang there goes your heart (I know you want it)
    Back, back seat of my car (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey)
    Bang bang into the room (I know you want it)
    Bang bang all over you (I'll let you have it)
    (Bang bang)
    Bang bang there goes your heart (I know you want it)
    Back, back seat of my car (I'll let you have it)
    Wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
    Wait a minute 'til you (ahhh, hey) Writer/s: Max Martin, Onika Tanya Maraj, Rickard Goransson, Savan Harish Kotecha
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Harmony from 59th And DurikLove guy you rock love you guys
  • Miles from Vancouver, CanadaWhy does this song exist? It is super annoying and overproduced. Whatever happened to good taste? People rip on Phil Collins, but they don't know jack about good music. ANY song by Phil Collins is more pleasing than this.
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