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Matthew West - Modest Is Hottest (CCM)


Matthew West has released a Christian Contemporary Music (CCM) track called Modest Is Hottest. A special musical message of parents to their teenage daughters. We highly recommend the video... just looking at the expression of their daughters made our day! 😂😂

Here are the lyrics to a musical message from a father to his daughter:

Lyrics: Modest Is Hottest Dear daughter, it’s me your father I think it’s time we had a talk The boys are coming around because your beautiful And it’s all your mother’s fault Now I have been trying hard to raise you up right No drinkin’, no smokin’, no swearin’ But your old man has got a little more advice When it comes to the clothes that your wearing Modest Is Hottest The latest fashion trend is a little more Amish A little less Kardashian What the boys really love is a turtleneck and a sensible pair of slacks Honey, Modest Is Hottest Sincerely, your Dad If catching you doing dances on the TikTok In a crop top So help me God You will be grounded til the world stops I am just kidding…no I’m Not All the parents be saying their prayers That all their girls they be wearing more layers Moms and Dads around the world yea their on their knees Lord make them more like Jesus and less like Cardi B No offence to Cardi B I am sure she’s a really nice girl and Jesus loves her but I just think… What the boys really love is a one piece With a raincoat over that Honey, Modest is hottest, Sincerely your Dad Trust me Modest is Hottest Sincerely, your Dad Music by Matthew West performing “Modest Is Hottest” (Official Music Video). (C) 2021 Provident Label Group LLC, a division of Sony Music Entertainment #MatthewWest #ChristianMusic #ModestIsHottest


You can listen to the track on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/7IyRRJTuNzVWDFS8z6Um9p

Here is a link to the video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBhzeTuh600

Would you like to hear more CCM music? Then check out our Christian playlists on: https://www.christiandance.eu/playlists

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