See that boy just standing over there
He stopped me today said he liked my hair. Ooh
He asked me where you going tonight (err)
And I said I'm with my girls (yeah A was on the run)
To tell you the truth he was just a lil bit fresh
He said he liked the way I put my lipstick on
He said how many sugars do you like in your tea? (umm)
I said forget about the sugar have a spoonful of me, 'cause I taste so sweet

Oh my gosh
He's making eyes at me and I don't mind at all
Oh my gosh
He's making my imagination run w-wild

Listen to this yea
There I was with a drink in my hand
No cares in the world didn't have a plan
I turned around and I caught his eye
He made me lose my concentration

Did you get his number? (No)
Did you get his name? (Umm)
What score would you give him on a scale of 1 to 10?
I didn't get his number. (I didn't get his number)
I don't know his name.
But I think he's hot ya'no and I think he is a 10

Oh my gosh
He's making eyes at me and I don't mind at all
Oh my gosh
He's making my imagination run w-wild
(No no no no no no no)
Oh my gosh
He's making eyes at me and I don't mind at all
Oh my gosh
He's making my imagination run w-wild
(No no no no no no no)

Chinese eyes
Ice cube lips
Feel it in da eyes

Oh
Oh I'm feeling you girl
From your head to your feet
'Cause you look so good I can barely speak
Give me your digits a can phone you
Got all things I want to tell you
Oh my gosh I think I love you

Oh my gosh
He's making eyes at me and I don't mind at all
Oh my gosh
He's making my imagination run w-wild
(No no no no no no no)

Oh my gosh
Oh my gosh


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Oh My Gosh Lyrics as written by Simon Ratcliffe Felix Major Buxton

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    THIS SONG IS THE BEST! few mistakes in this tho, but oh well, i listen to this all da time

    CoCo121on April 07, 2005   Link
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    awesome song!tells about this guy I\'m into, \"he makes my imagination run w-wild\" :)

    evlinon April 22, 2005   Link
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    "but i stopped listening, he got me daydreamin"

    I thought it said "I said forget about the sugar have a spoonfull of me 'cause I taste so sweet"

    -broken-on April 30, 2005   Link
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    I've heard 2 vesions, one with "but i stopped listening, he got me daydreamin" and "I said forget about the sugar have a spoonfull of me 'cause I taste so sweet". Is one some sort of radio edit or sumthing?

    K-nuxXxon May 15, 2005   Link
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    I love the way this song is a conversation- its different and I LOVE IT!! the video is sooo funny, loadsa old folk in a old people's home - it made me laugh hehehehe!

    (i think it is about those first steps to starting a relationship - telling your friends about it and being a bit "oh my gosh" - )

    Kiwi crumpeton December 17, 2005   Link
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    Awesome song, plus the girl sounds hot!

    D4MVPon February 17, 2006   Link
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    best song haha

    killstaron February 04, 2007   Link
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    SUCH a good song... all about those first looks and conversations in a relationship.

    minze08on March 17, 2007   Link
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    Love this track. It's awesome to have on when you're getting dressed and putting your make up on ready for a night out. The whole CD is fun.

    Great to dance to, as well.

    shockdelicaon May 15, 2009   Link

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