You're Gonna Love This

  • Yeah I'm standing outside the bar, like a fish out of water
    And I'm sorry to bother you miss, you so fine that I gotta peek
    'Cause I'm like that, cause I'm like that
    I'm gonna buy you all the drinking, I'll be right back

    Drinks at the bar, with the francette standing so far
    But it feels near, falling she looks
    I could take her home with me
    I'll buy you around, if you come close
    Turn up the sound, turn the lights down
    Give me a chance, I will take her home with me

    You're gonna love this!

    Yeah I don't know what's happening,
    And I swear in your honor that in my college
    Girl was biting on my lips like Jeffrey Dummer
    Yeah it's like that, yeah it's like that
    I just drove her back to my place for a night cab

    Drinks at the bar, with the francette standing so far
    But it feels near, falling she looks
    I could take her home with me
    I'll buy you around, if you come close
    Turn up the sound, turn the lights down
    Give me a chance, I will take her home with me

    You're gonna love this!

    You're gonna love this!

    Yeah you know the flashing lights have got a hold on me
    Yeah I'm high on a feeling there's nothing wrong with me

    La la la la la
    La la la la la

    Oh yeah you're gonna love this!

    Yeah you know the flashing lights have got a hold on me
    Yeah I'm high on a feeling there's nothing wrong with me

    Yeah you know the flashing lights have got a hold on me
    Yeah I'm high on a feeling there's nothing wrong with me Writer/s: NATHANIEL MOTTE, SEAN FOREMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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