God Is A Dancer

Album: The London Sessions (2018)
Charted: 15
  • God is a dancer, yeah, I heard on the radio
    That she always goes harder
    'Cause she keepin' you on your toes
    And she's perfectly focused
    She's lost in the moment
    Oh-whoa, oh-whoa, oh-whoa, oh-whoa
    Are you feelin' that fire?
    'Cause the music is on the way
    If you wanna be higher
    Wanna move to the break of day, yeah
    Whoa, better go, better watch it
    Oh-whoa, oh-whoa, oh-whoa

    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that left, right, left, leave 'em coming back for more
    You got that step-by-step when you come out on the floor
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that

    Body that's rockin', let's put it all on ya
    Let 'em know you're coming for that
    Ain't nothin' to it, it's natural for ya, yeah
    Oh my, oh my, oh my
    You got the answer
    You won't stop for nada, yeah
    Talk to ya
    Keep that pace
    Oh-whoa, oh-whoa

    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that left, right, left, leave 'em coming back for more
    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that left, right, left, leave 'em coming back for more
    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that

    Won't you give me that step by step?
    Won't you give me that step by step? Aye
    Won't you give me that left, right, left?
    Won't you give me that left, right, left? Aye
    Won't you give me that step by step
    Won't you give me that step by step? Aye
    Won't you give me that left, right, left?
    Won't you give me that left, right, left? Aye

    God is a dancer 'cause I heard on the radio
    And she always goes harder
    She's keepin' you on your toes
    Perfectly focused
    Lost in the moment
    Ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na

    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that left, right, left, leave 'em coming back for more
    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that left, right, left, leave 'em coming back for more
    Just take it step by step when you come out on the floor
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that ooh-na-na-na-na-na
    You got that

    Won't you give me that step by step?
    Won't you give me that step by step? Aye Writer/s: Joshua Michael Wilkinson, Tijs M. Verwest, Violet Skies
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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