Drink On It

Album: Red River Blue (2011)
Charted: 39
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    Hey, girl, hey, where ya goin'?
    Come back and sit back down
    You look too good to be
    Heading home so early now
    You say you gotta work tomorrow
    Got a lot on your mind
    Let me buy another round
    Girl, I think you and I should just

    Drink on it
    Put our heads together and think on it
    Maybe later on we can sleep on it
    But for right now
    Girl, we just need to drink on it

    We can talk rocket science
    Jesus or politics
    How your boyfriend cheated on you
    Man, he sounds like such a prick
    I could use another whiskey
    And your Cosmo's gettin' low
    While we're trying to figure out
    The next place we should go

    We can drink on it
    Put our heads together and think on it
    Maybe later on we can sleep on it
    But for right now
    Girl, we just need to drink on it

    This place is closing down
    But I don't wanna quit
    Gotta good thing going girl
    Let's find out what it is

    And drink on it
    Your place or mine
    Girl, we can drink on it
    Dust off a bottle and drink on it
    Feels like we're doin' something right
    Let's find a corner of the night

    Where you and I can just drink on it
    Put our heads together and think on it
    Maybe later on we can sleep on it
    But for right now
    Girl, we just need to drink on it

    Might make a memory that we won't forget

    Mm, so let's just drink on it (mm)

    Yeah, mm drink on it

    (Ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah, sleep on it, we could just sleep on it) Writer/s: Jessi Leigh Alexander, Jon Randall, Rodney Dale Clawson
    Publisher: ANTHEM ENTERTAINMENT LP, Walt Disney Music Company, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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