Demi Lovato's New Single "Body Say" Is the Ultimate Old-School Sex Jam

Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

Demi Lovato can get it, girl.

We know this because Lovato released a new song Friday entitled "Body Say," in which she sings about getting it, girl. At one point, she coos, "If my body had a say, I would come again," which: same. 

The rest of the lyrics are just as sensual and borderline NSFW.

Behold, the chorus:

You can touch me with slow hands / Speed it up, baby, make me sweat / Dreamland, take me there cause I want your sex / If my body had a say, I wouldn't turn away / Touch, make love, taste you / If my body told the truth, baby I would do / Just what I want to

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Lovato — who has now officially established herself as a sex goddess — tweeted that she recorded the song a couple weeks ago and wanted to release it to fans right away.

"What's the point in waiting anymore?" she asked.

The only thing sexier than the actual song is probably the corresponding artwork that Lovato revealed on Instagram and Facebook, in which she is both naked and the quintessence of a sensual siren. 

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You know what? One more time: Get it, girl.

You can listen to "Body Say" below. 

Read more:
• Demi Lovato Is Still Extremely Unimpressed With Taylor Swift's Feminism
Demi Lovato Has Quit Instagram and Twitter — Let Us Now Pray For Her Swift Return
• Demi Lovato Joked About Nick Jonas' Penis Size at GLAAD Awards, Because They're Best Bros

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