Beat of the Music

Album: Bring You Back (2013)
Charted: 44
  • Well I just met you a couple hours ago
    My last night in town, hey wouldn't you know
    I get hooked on a girl with blue diamond eyes
    Down here in Mexico
    Oh
    Now you're walking up asking me to dance
    Smiling that smile and reaching out your hand
    Well there's a move or two, I'd like to show you
    While I still got the chance

    You got the soul and you know how to use it
    Put your hand on my hip 'cause you know that I'll lose it
    You got my heart racing like there's nothing to it
    Falling in love to the beat of the music
    Oh oh, why wouldn't I wanna stay?
    Oh oh, and let that plane fly away, hey hey

    'Cause you got the soul and you know how to use it
    Put your hand on my hip cause you know that I'll lose it
    You got my heart racing like there's nothing to it
    Falling in love to the beat of the music
    The beat of the music

    I think I could get used to that steel drum playing
    Waking up on a beach if you know what I'm saying
    One more night would be more than alright with me
    So hold on baby 'cause

    You got the soul and you know how to use it
    Put your hand on my hip 'cause you know that I'll lose it
    You got my heart racing like there's nothing to it
    Falling in love to the beat of the music
    We're falling in love to beat of the music

    Ooh
    The beat of the musicWriter/s: BRETT ELDREDGE, BRETT ELDRIDGE, HEATHER LYNN MORGAN, ROSS COPPERMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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