Crushin' It

Album: Moonshine In The Trunk (2014)
Charted: 65
  • I sure could use an attaboy
    Or a big old high five
    I'd love to hear, "you're killing it, dude"
    Yeah, it's been a long time
    Since I hit one out of the park
    Or nailed it, as they say
    I guess I've been in a dry spell,
    But that's about to change
    'Cause

    Every week has a weekend
    By this time Friday night
    I'll be done with my third can
    Of cold Bud Light
    And I'll be crushin' it
    Yeah, I'll be crushin' it

    They say, "your baby's mad",
    'Cause you told her that you'd hang some pictures for her
    You know the ones she framed late last spring of you and her in Florida
    You're up on the ladder when it shatters into smithereens
    She shakes her head and
    Looks at you and says, "ain't you good for anything"
    And you say,

    Every week has a weekend
    By this time Friday night
    You want a margarita
    I'll get tequila and ice
    And I'll be crushin' it
    With a cold one in my other hand
    I'll be crushin' it

    When I'm finished with my can
    I can stomp it with my boot,
    Crunch it with my fist,
    Smash it on my forehead, yeah
    I got this
    I'll be crushin' it
    Oh, I'll be crushin' it, ooh

    I figured this out in college
    Walking past them gothic colums
    That I was gonna probably wind up somewhere, near the bottom
    I was never gonna be the best and brightest guy around,
    But like the great George freakin' Straight
    I'm the king of getting unwound

    And every week has a weekend
    By this time Friday night
    I'll be done with my third can
    Of cold Bud Light
    And I'll be crushin' it

    Every week has a weekend
    Yeah, I'll be crushin' it
    (By this time) Friday night
    Oh, I'll be crushin' it
    I'll be done with my third can
    Oh, I'll be crushin' it
    Of cold Bud Light
    And I'll be crushin' it

    (Hey, hey, hey)

    I'll be crushin' itWriter/s: BRAD DOUGLAS PAISLEY, KELLEY LOVELACE, LEE THOMAS MILLER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group, Royalty Network
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