I Just Had Sex

Album: Turtleneck & Chain (2010)
Charted: 68 30
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  • Sometimes
    Something beautiful happens
    In this world

    Oh
    Akon
    And Lonely Island

    You don't know how to express yourself so
    You just gotta sing

    I just had sex
    And it felt so good (felt so good)
    A woman let me put my penis inside her (her)
    I just had sex (Hey!)
    And I'll never go back (never go back)
    To the not having sex
    Ways of the past

    Have you ever had sex?
    I have, it felt great
    It felt so good when I did it with my penis

    A girl let me do it
    It literally just happened
    Having sex could make a nice man out' the meanest

    You'll never guess where I just came from
    I had sex
    If I had to describe the feeling it was the best

    When I had the sex
    Man my penis felt great
    And I called my parents right after I was done

    Oh hey, didn't see you there
    Guess what I just did
    Had sex, undressed, saw her boobies and the rest

    Well sure
    Nice of her to let you do that thing
    Nice of any girl ever
    Now sing

    I just had sex
    And it felt so good (felt so good)
    A woman let me put my penis inside her (her)
    I Wanna tell the world

    To be honest
    I'm surprised she even wanted me to do it
    Doesn't really make sense
    But man, screw it
    I ain't one to argue with a good thing
    She could be my wife
    That good?
    The best 30 seconds of my life
    My life!

    I'm so humbled by a girls ability to let me do her
    'Cause honestly I'd have sex with a pile of manure
    With that in mind the soft, nice smellin' girl's better
    She let me wear my chain and my turtle neck sweater

    So this one's dedicated to them girls
    That let us flop around on top of them
    If you're near or far, whether short or tall
    We wanna thank you all for lettin' us fuck you

    She kept looking at her watch
    Doesn't matter, had sex
    But I cried the whole time
    Doesn't matter, had sex
    I think she might have been a racist
    Doesn't matter, had sex
    She put a bag on my head

    Still counts
    I just had sex
    And my dreams came true (dreams came true)
    So if you had sex in the last 30 minutes
    Then you're qualified to sing with me
    I just had sex (everybody sing!)
    And it felt so good (we all had sex!)
    A woman let me put my penis inside her
    (I wanna tell the whole world!)
    I just had sex (I just had sex!)
    And I'll never go back (no, no, no!)
    To the not having sex
    Ways of the past
    (And it felt so great) Writer/s: AKIVA SCHAFFER, ANDREW SAMBERG, JERROD BETTIS, JORMA TACCONE, JUSTIN SCOTT FRANKS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Michael from Deridder, Lamy friend and i cracked the (deleted) up when we first saw the video for this....funny crap this is....
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