Sangria

Album: Bringing Back the Sunshine (2014)
Charted: 38
  • You're crashin' into me like waves on the coast
    Every time we talk, you move in close
    I don't want you stop, I don't want you to stop tonight
    We've got the last two glasses on a straw hut bar
    Tryin' to remember what number we are
    String of white lights making your eyes shine tonight

    We're buzzing like that no vacancy sign out front
    Your skin is begging to be kissed by a little more than the sun
    You take my hand in yours, you lean in and
    Your lips taste like sangria
    Your lips taste like sangria

    Wreckin' ball dancin' down the hallway
    You're holding your shoes, wearing my shades
    We fall against the door, we fall into a wild warm kiss

    We're buzzing like that no vacancy sign out front
    Your skin is begging to be kissed by a little more than the sun
    You take my hand in yours, you lean in and
    Your lips taste like sangria
    Your lips taste like sangria

    Only thing I want to do tonight
    Is drink you like a Spanish wine
    Let you let this head of mine keep spinning, spinning around

    We're buzzing like that no vacancy sign out front
    Your skin is begging to be kissed by a little more than the sun
    You take my hand in yours, you lean in and
    Your lips taste like sangria
    Your lips taste like sangria

    Your lips taste like sangria
    Your lips taste like sangria

    Oh

    Only thing I want to do tonight
    Is drink you like a Spanish wine
    Let you let this head of mine keep spinning, spinning around Writer/s: JOHN THOMAS HARDING, JOSHUA SHAUN OSBORNE, TREVOR JOSEPH ROSEN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Spirit Music Group, ME GUSTA MUSIC
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