"Ooh Aah" as written by Teron David Carter, Stacy Bernard Jones, Otto Montgomery Price Jr., Ric Robbins and Toby Mckeehan....
My life be like oh ah, yeah, oh oh
My life be like oh ah, oh ah, yeah, oh oh
oh ah, yeah, oh oh
My life be like oh ah, oh ah, yeah, oh oh
My life be like

It's times like these that make me say
Lord if you see me please come my way
Leavin' bread crumbs for when I stray
Rely on sacrifice and the price you pay

Feel me like a fingertip
Sometimes I fall I slip
My heart felt desire be more like you
Trying not to quench your fire with the things I do

On an island by my lonesome stranded
Low key and stayin' candid, reflect on all the things I try my hand at
Search for the equations to persuasions I'm used to
Finding comfort in the zones of closet bones I get loose to

A mountainous fontaine, spinnin' and monsoonin'
Grinnin' it's high octane, explosive how I came
Rollin' down hills 'cause life's a hastle
Encircled by my folly like a moat surround a castle

Stay afloat catch a second wind, thin is the air I breathe
Teary eyed nose runnin', wipe the snot on my sleeve
I'm callin' on the savior, to be all that I need
Please forgive me, my behavior had me lost at light speed

It's times like these that make me say
Lord if you see me please come my way
Like leavin' bread crumbs for when I stray
Rely on sacrifice and the price you pay

Feel me like a fingertip
Sometimes I fall I slip
My heart felt desire be more like you
Trying not to quench your fire with the things I do

The fear of never falling in love
And the tears after losing the feelings of what you thought love was
Like the dirt still up under the rug
My life be like bad characteristics to cover in Christ's blood

The joy of new birth and the pain of growing up
The bliss between giving my all and giving up
The highs and lows, paths and roads I chose
In the cold I froze trying to ease my woes

In this world of sin, clothes to thin to fend
So to God I send words of help to win
In grumblings so deep, letters could never express
So the sound of, oh ah, beneath my breath projects

It's times like these that make me say
Lord if you see me please come my way
Like leavin' bread crumbs for when I stray
Rely on sacrifice and the price you pay

Feel me like a fingertip
Sometimes I fall I slip
My heart felt desire be more like you
Trying not to quench your fire with the things I do

My life be like, oh ah oh
Come young diti, here comes that boy from the capital city
Last up on the Grits new diti
But eight bars of the truth will do, eh

I believe there's a bride that's stunning
And, I believe in the kingdom coming
I believe if you seek the truth
You don't need to look far 'cause it's gonna find you

It's times like these that make me say
Lord if you see me please come my way
Like leavin' bread crumbs for when I stray
Rely on sacrifice and the price you pay

Feel me like a fingertip
Sometimes I fall I slip
My heart felt desire be more like you
Trying not to quench your fire with the things I do

It's times like these that make me say
Lord if you see me please come my way
Like leavin' bread crumbs for when I stray
Rely on sacrifice and the price you pay

Feel me like a fingertip
Sometimes I fall I slip
My heart felt desire be more like you
Trying not to quench your fire with the things I do

Fingertip, fingertip, fingertip, fingertip
My life be like
Fingertip, fingertip, fingertip, fingertip
My life be like

Fingertip, fingertip, fingertip, fingertip
My life be like
Fingertip, fingertip, fingertip, fingertip
My life be like


Lyrics submitted by munkytim18

"Ooh Aah" as written by Ric Robbins Otto Montgomery Price Jr.

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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  • +2
    General CommentOMG, this song is sweet! It makes me feel good when I'm feeling sad. It's a great song to listen to while your reading the bible.
    da_bomb_dawgon September 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI heard this for the first time in Big Momma's House 2, and it was infectious... thats the only word for it.
    Xeroxon February 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI heard this for the first time in Big Momma's House 2, and it was infectious... thats the only word for it.
    Xeroxon February 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti heard this in Fast and the furious and yea it's really good.
    DubC4Lifeon June 17, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis is asong about a guy who's having a bad time with hislife and just wants the lord to help him.
    pugmoon June 22, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI am not religious, but this a really awesome song.
    imponderableon February 04, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI'm not religious at all, but this song is the shit.
    QueenOfHeavenon May 18, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBig Momma's House 2? I thought it was off Fast and the fourious Tokyo Drift? Oh well.
    Anyway, cool song, goes great with Tokyo Drift video I seen.
    Marion Wilsonon September 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't too much care for this genre of music.... ok I just really don't like it. And at the time I didn't really like the person that introduced me to it but I had to take this song off his itunes. Xerox has a point, it IS an infectious song.
    Momochi_Hakuon November 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is an awesome song! It totally describes the way I feel at times. Doing wrong, but working hard to stay on the straight and narrow and walk with the Lord. Its not always easy and sometimes I fall and slip, but you work to get back on track (leaving bread crumbs for when I stray.) Its just a good song.

    Also I think in the chorus it should be "feel me like a finger tip."
    and in the 3rd verse w/ Toby Mack, it should be "there's a bride thats stunning" cause in the Bible, it says that we are the bride and Jesus is the Bridegroom coming for us.
    I could be wrong. Just my take.
    lparke13on April 15, 2008   Link

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