Animals

Album: All The Right Reasons (2005)
Charted: 97
  • This song is about an encounter that leads to sex. A guy and a girl sneak out in his car, without her parents' knowledge, park out by train tracks, and start "getting busy," but are caught by the girl's parents. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Arianna - Largo, FL

Comments: 13

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjBut no one said anything about the DRUMS! They're jammin'!
  • Esskayess from Dallas, TxThis song is funny, but it would be funnier if I didn't have a teenage daughter.
  • Kyra from Pasco, WaLovely song...not
  • Emily from Around Chicago, Illol this song's HILARIOUS! and the fact there's a music video is even more hysterical!
  • Sarah from New Castle, Pahaha this song is great i love the sexual stuff most young people like me can relate to it i mean come on we cant let our parents catch us so why not do it in a car hell yea
  • Berto from Northport, Flthis song is about doin it. no question straight up doin it.
  • Stripes from Twilight, Txhaha, this sounds like something that would happen to me, parents always seem to find you just before it gets good. i love this song though, it's actually kind of humorous.
  • Chauncey from Omha, NeHey Dylan, i think i know you Small world huh???

    Yo Juan, youre not very funny

    i think youre baggin(or trying to on Nickelback)
    it aint workin for ya dawg
  • Dylan from Port Orange, FlThe thing I love most about this country is freedom of speech, and I'm happy that we have sexually-charged songs that we can all listen to.
  • Kellyann from Bellefonte, Pahaha.. that was funny. i actually got it.
  • Juan from El Paso, TxAfter the nickelback concert, I went backstage to ask for my nickel back.
  • Kelsi from I-town(ionia, Mihaha.....there is a music video for it
  • Katherine from Akron, OhThis song is so funny all my friends love it
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