Till The World Ends
Lyrics Britney Spears

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This kitten got your tongue tied in knots, I see
Spit it out 'cause I'm dying for company
I notice that you got it
You notice that I want it
You know that I can take it to the next level baby
If you want this good sh*t
Sicker than the remix
Baby let me blow your mind tonight

I can't take it take it take no more
Never felt like felt like felt like this before
Come on get me get me on the floor
DJ what you what you waiting for?

Oh oh oh...

Watch me move when I lose, when I lose it hard
Get you off with a touch, dancing in the dark
You notice what I'm wearing
I'm noticing you staring
You know that I can take it to the next level baby
Hotter than the A-list
Next one on my hit list
Baby let me blow your mind tonight

I can't take it take it take no more
Never felt like felt like felt like this before
Come on get me get me on the floor
DJ what you what you waiting for?

Oh oh oh...

See the sunlight, we ain't stopping
Keep on dancing till the world ends
If you feel it, let it happen
Keep on dancing till the world ends

Keep on dancing till the world ends
Keep on dancing till the world ends

Oh oh oh...

See the sunlight, we ain't stopping
Keep on dancing till the world ends
If you feel it, let it happen
Keep on dancing till the world ends

Song facts

"Till the World Ends" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears. It was released as the second single from her upcoming seventh studio album, Femme Fatale. "Till the World Ends" was written by Alexander Kronlund, Kesha, Dr. Luke and Max Martin, while being produced by Dr. Luke, Max Martin and Billboard. The main inspiration of the song for Kesha was imagining Spears and any other female musician touring the world.

The song received initial positive reviews from critics. Ryan Brockington of the New York Post called it "amazing". Gerrick Kennedy of the Los Angeles Times described the song as "catchy [...] it makes you want to grab some glow sticks and hit the clubs" and added that the Femme Fatale era "already shows an undeniably more confident Spears." Mike Collett-White of Reuters deemed it as a dance anthem. Robert Copsey of Digital Spy said that the song has unquestionably Dr. Luke written all over it, but "somehow it's Brit that manages to come out on top." Copsey went on to call it her most uplifting number since "Stronger" (2000), and added that "for longtime Britney fans, is the comeback we've all been waiting for. Popjustice compared it to Kesha's "Blow" (2011), but said it was not as good.

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