John Mayer sweet talks his hot girlfriend into sex in the crass "Your Body Is A Wonderland."
A touchy feely guitar opens the single, setting a casual tone. Mayer mentions to his girlfriend that their afternoon is free and she has a comfy bed. He's been meaning to get in her in it for a while. He smirks that having sex with her it something he needs to do. He compliments her endlessly. He compares her skin to fine china. He adds that her lips and tongue are like the sweetest candy.
"We got the afternoon/You got this room for two/One thing I've left to do/Discover me/Discovering you/One mile to every inch of/Your skin like porcelain/One pair of candy lips and/Your bubblegum tongue."
In the pre-chorus, he says if she wants to have sex with him, they will. He mentions that if she made plans for the evening, she should cancel. He can make love for hours. Someone certainly thinks highly of himself.
"And if you want love/We'll make it/Swimming a deep sea/Of blankets/Take all your big plans/And break 'em/This is bound to be a while."
In the chorus, he says she has a fabulous body. Except he tries to be metaphorical and intellectual about it. He comments that he will touch her with his hand.
"Your body is a wonderland/Your body is a wonder/(I'll use my hands)/Your body Is a wonderland."
He compliments her more in the second verse. He likes how her hair covers part of her eyes sometimes and her feline way of crawling. He says that she can tell him how to please her. He adds his face will not always be seen but he won't let her get hurt.
"Something 'bout the way your hair/
Falls in your face/I love the shape you take when crawling/Towards the pillowcase/You tell me where to go and/Though I might leave to find it/I'll never let your head hit the bed/Without my hand behind it."
The pre-chorus and chorus are sung again.