"Hummingbird Heartbeat" as written by Christopher A. Stewart, Lamont Derelle Neuble, Stacy Barthe and Katy Perry....
You make me feel like I'm losing my virginity
The first time, every time when you touchin' me,
I make you bloom like the flower that you never seen
Under the sun we are one buzzin' energy

Let's pollinate, let's create a family tree
This evolution with you comes naturally
Some call it science,
We call it chemistry
This is the story of the birds and the bees

Even the seasons change
Our love still stays the same

You give me that
Hummingbird heartbeat
Spread my wings and make me fly
The taste of your honey is so sweet
When you give me the hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat

Hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat

Flown a million miles just to find the magic seed
Oh I would flower with the power that bring light to me
Your so exotic, my whole body fluttering
Constantly craving for a taste of your sticky sweet

Always on the brink of a heart attack
You keep me alive and keep me coming back
I see the sun rise in your eyes
Your eyes
You gotta future full of blue skies
Blue skies

Even when seasons change
I'm still stay the same

You give me that
Hummingbird heartbeat
Spread my wings and make me fly
The taste of your honey is so sweet
When you give me the Hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat

Hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat

You love me, you love me never love me not
Not
Oh no
When we're in perfect harmony
You make me sound like, like a symphony

Oh your wings could make me fly
The taste of your honey is so sweet
When you give me the hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat

Hummingbird heartbeat
Spread my wings and make me fly
The taste of your honey is so sweet
When you give me the hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat

Hummingbird heartbeat
Hey yeah
Hummingbird heartbeat
Hey yeah
Hummingbird heartbeat
Hummingbird heartbeat


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"Hummingbird Heartbeat" as written by Christopher Stewart Katy Perry

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    General CommentAm I the only one that thinks this song is about sex. Actually, to be more specific, a blow job, lol. I mean the lyrics seem very sexual to me, especially "Let's pollinate to create a family tree", "The taste of your honey is so sweet", "Constantly craving for a taste of your sticky sweet", and when she talks about that white flower in the second verse, I always think about a... well you know.
    bsfan18on June 09, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis is fuckin adorrrrrrrrable, forreal.
    thrwmyhrtawy.on August 20, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti wish i could attend their wedding.
    i'm so happy for them.
    thrwmyhrtawy.on August 20, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is like....adorable.
    and fun and catchy just LOVE it. (:
    hititquititon August 26, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is beautiful!
    its like finally finding the right person for you and experiencing this awakening of things you never knew existed within you.. emotional, sexual, .. everything.

    im in love with this song !
    sierraaaXOon September 17, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti love this song itz soooooooooo awesome
    sceneteen25on June 30, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis song is amazing and i dedicate it to my boyfriend ;)
    sceneteen25on July 02, 2011   Link
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    General CommentDoes anyone know what she's singing in the background (or extra vocal track--whatever the term) from ~2:52 to 2:57?
    pastaheroon March 23, 2012   Link
  • -1
    My OpinionTHIS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG IS SO COOL, I wish She would have made this as a single and not FIREWORK...
    by the way... it's so strong as song and so meaningful for those who wish a love like this.
    rubentelloon February 02, 2011   Link

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