Spiritual

  • Lay me down at your altar, baby
    I'm a slave to this luck
    Your electric lips have got me speaking in tales

    I have prayed for a power like you
    To see deep down in my soul
    Oh, you make me bloom like a flower at desert road

    Magic, or one, or mystery
    All of you trying to work on me
    I would surrender myself
    Holy hell, and heaven high
    You will open up my eyes
    And I'm finally here

    This is spiritual, under your spell
    Phenomenon, the way you make me feel
    Like an angel, oh, at blow
    Like a feather, you make me float

    Love you crazy kite on your left
    Lost in sweet ecstasy
    Found a nirvana finally

    Magic, or one, or mystery
    All of you trying to work on me
    I would surrender myself
    Holy hell, and heaven high
    You will open up my eyes
    And I am finally here

    This is spiritual, under your spell
    Phenomenon, the way you make me feel
    Like an angel, oh, at blow
    Like a feather, you make me float

    (You make me float, you make me float)

    This is spiritual, under your spell
    So phenomenon, the way you make me feel
    Like an angel, oh, at blow
    Like a feather, you make me float

    (You make me float, oh, you make me float) Writer/s: JOHN CLAYTON MAYER, GREG KURSTIN, KATY PERRY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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