"Object of My Desire" as written by Keith Vincent Alexander, Ky Adeyamo and Ernesto Mc Kenzie Phillips....
Woohoo oh yeah
You glanced my way, I lost all control
Anxiety had taken hold
My body quivered,
Hot flashes ignited in me,
Ooh, ooh, ooh
Gazing deep into my eyes
You spoke these words,
I was hypnotized
Let me share a night in your fantasy,
Ooh, ooh

Turn on, emotions so strong
Passion's fire burns on and on
Ma body screams
"Please make love to me"

'Cause you're the object of my desire
Baby, ignite my fire
Object of my desire
Hey, you really turn me on

You're the object of my desire
Baby, ignite my fire
Object of my desire
Hey, you really turn me on

When I go to sleep at night
Visions of you here by my side
Fireworks explode deep inside of me, ooo-yia-yia-yia
I pinch myself as you're lyin' there
We kiss each other, now I'm really scared
Too much to ask even for a fantasy, oh, oh, oh

'Cause you're the object of my desire
Baby, ignite my fire
Object of my desire
Hey, you really turn me on

You're the object of my desire
Won't you ignite my fire
Object of my desire
Hey, you really turn me on on oooonnnn
On on on ooonn
On on on ooonn
On on on ooonn
Yeah.
Oooo
On on on ooonn
On on on ooonn
On on on ooonn
Yeah.

'Cause you're the object of my desire
Baby, ignite my fire
Object of my desire
Hey, you really turn me on

You're the object of my desire
Baby, ignite my fire
Object of my desire
Hey, you really turn me on on on ooonn

(You're the object)
(You're the object, of my desire)


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"Object of My Desire [Hypespace Breakbeat Radio Edit]" as written by Ernesto Phillips Kayode Adeyemo

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