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Jennifer Lopez: "On The Floor" Lyrics


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On The Floor

[Pitbull]
J-LO!

[Jennifer Lopez]
It's a new generation
of party people

[Pitbull]
Get on the floor (dale)
Get on the floor (dale)
RedOne

[Jennifer Lopez]
Let me introduce you to my party people
In the club... huh!

[Pitbull]
I'm loose(loose)
And everybody knows I get off the chain
Baby it's the truth
I'm like Inception 
I play with your brain
So don't sleep or snooze
I don't play no games so don't-don't-don't get it confused no
Cause you will lose yeah
Now pu-pu-pu-pu-pump it up
And back it up like a Tonka truck
Dale!

[Jennifer Lopez]
If you go hard you gotta get on the floor
If you're a party freak then step on the floor
If your an animal then tear up the floor
Break a sweat on the floor
Yeah we work on the floor
Don't stop keep it moving
Put your drinks up
Pick your body up and drop it on the floor
Let the rhythm change your world on the floor
You know we're running sh*t tonight on the floor
Brazil, Morocco,
London to Ibiza,
Straight to LA, New York,
Vegas to Africa

[Chorus]
Dance the night away
Live your life and stay young on the floor
Dance the night away
Grab somebody, drink a little more
Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor
Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor

Jennifer Lopez at ISC Miami.Image via Wikipedia
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[Verse 2]
I know you got it 
Clap your hands on the floor
And keep on rockin' 
Rock it up on the floor
If you're a criminal, kill it on the floor
Steal it quick on the floor, on the floor
Don't stop keep it moving
Put your drinks up
Its getting ill
It's getting sick on the floor
We never quit, we never rest on the floor
If I ain't wrong we'll probably die on the floor
Brazil, Morocco,
London to Ibiza,
Straight to LA, New York,
Vegas to Africa

[Chorus]
Dance the night away,
Live your life and stay young on the floor
Dance the night way,
Grab somebody drink a little more
Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor
Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor

[Pibull]
That badonka donk is like a trunk full of bass on an old school Chevy
Seven tray donkey donk
All I need is some vodka and some coke
And watch and she gon' get donkey konged
Baby if you're ready for things to get heavy
I get on the floor and act a fool if you let me 
Dale
Don't believe me just bet me
My name ain't Keath but I see why you Sweat me
L.A. Miami New York
Say no more get on the floor

Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor
Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor
Lalalalalalalalalalalalalala
Tonight we gon' be it on the floor




The music video received almost unanimous positive reception for returning Lopez to her dance roots. Most critics praised the styling of Lopez and the scenery as well as the Lopez's physique. Tanner Stransky from Entertainment Weekly said that the video brought together a flawless realness with an expensive set-up, something which Stransky felt were "very important elements in the pop music world and to the old Lopez that everyone knew and loved." Upon the video's fill premiere, Stransky added added that the video was "sexy and sultry." Kyle Anderson from MTV's Newsroom felt that the premier of Lopez's video almost overshadowed the episode of American Idol that it was shown in. Commending the "gorgeous and exquisite execution", Anderson praised the video particularly noting Lopez's "incredible hairstyles" and the "gorgeous club interiors-[set design]." Emma Collins from Hollyscoop.com agreed that the video was fun and catchy, mainly for Lopez's fabulous physique but was annoyed that "On the Floor" continues the current trend of product placement in music videos. Collins made specific reference to former label-mate Britney Spears' music video for "Hold It Against Me."

Following the premier of the video, Benji Eisen called "On the Floor" a "comeback of sorts" for Lopez, particularly noting clever cross-promotion and applauding Lopez for moving on from her previous lack of commercial success in recent years. "These days, she's crushing it." The Daily Star's Kim Dawson also praised the video for returning Lopez to her "day job" despite being everyone's "favourite Idol judge." The sex appeal in the video for "On the Floor" was likened to that last show by Lopez in the video for "I'm Gonna Be Alright" (2002). A reviewer from the Daily Express said "Jennifer Lopez once told us in song that 'I’m Gonna Be Alright' and now she’s proved it... The curves she displayed when she recorded the hit video nine years ago have been replaced by a leaner, fitter look." Matthew Perpetua from Rolling Stone magazine agreed with comparisons to Lopez's earlier work: "Basically, this is classic Lopez tweaked for 2011... visuals that update late-Nineties bling with a high fashion wardrobe nearly as eccentric as that of Rihanna and Lady Gaga." As a result of the video's premiere, the number of views of Lopez's official Vevo account increased 1000%. In the space of two weeks, the video was viewed over thirty million times on Lopez's official Vevo page, according to USA Today. -(from Wikipedia)



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