"Oh Yeah" as written by and Natasha Khan....
(Oh yeah, oh yeah)
(Oh yeah, oh yeah)
(Oh yeah, oh yeah)
(Oh yeah-oh yeah)
(Oh yeah, oh yeah)

I am whole
Hot is the night
The grass is so tall
And slow
The air is wet
And I feel alive
Let the perfume drip
Let it rise

I am whole
And I walk the night
Luscious and lost
So alone
Touch the rocks
And lick the light
Let the hot winds howl
So slow

Here am I
Looking for a lover to climb inside
Waiting like a flower to open wide
I'm in bloom

I lie low
I'm ready to try
The tapestries turn
And grow
Creepers crawl
And kiss my thighs
And the headiness howls
Rise and rise

Here am I
Looking for a lover to climb inside
Waiting like a flower to open wide
I'm in bloom

Here I lie
Lying like a flower with no more time
Waiting for another to come inside
I'm in bloom
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Oh yeah, oh yeah

Oh yeah, oh yeah
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Oh yeah, oh yeah

(Oh yeah, oh yeah)
(Oh yeah, oh yeah)


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"Oh Yeah" as written by Natasha Khan

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    My InterpretationFirst of all: the lyrics here are all absolutely wrong.
    Second: listening to the original lyrics, I can only say that I have never heard a song that is more unabashedly about sex without actually saying the word sex in my life. This song is about sex and it doesn't even try to hide it. Seriously.
    iamonlyshaon January 28, 2013   Link
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    General CommentWOW.Cannot believe how wrong these lyrics are
    petersivaon August 14, 2013   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningNatasha explained the song to Qthemusic:

    "I wrote this one quite early too. I thought the syncopated hip-hop beat in it was really sexy and then I found a sample of the gospel, choral part. It took a long time to develop the lyrics. Eventually, I visualised a big Henri Rousseau painting, or those big jungle paintings with all the naked ladies in it. It's about blossoming into womanhood. It's quite a sexy song, trawling through this jungle-y flora and fauna, a hot and sweaty landscape where nectarine dripping. It's basically my biological clock ticking, loudly!"

    And the lyrics are wrong. These are the first lyrics she performed at Sydney Opera House back in 2011.
    BatLoveron February 20, 2014   Link

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