Big Foot

Album: Chickenfoot III (2011)
  • Hey, alright

    Wake up in the morning, in the middle of the night
    Pass by the mirror, make sure I'm lookin' right, uh
    Tattoo it on my arm, on the back of your neck
    In between your legs baby, so you won't forget me, uh

    Don't you worry, it's gonna be alright
    I'm in a hurry, I'm gonna drive all night
    Be there in the morning, you can bet your ass
    I got both hands on the wheel and my big foot on the gas, uh

    Well uh, got houses of the holy, on the box
    I got it all cranked up 'cause, yeah that shit rocks, uh
    Gotta roll down the window, things are getting all hot
    I'm runnin' out of gas baby I gotta stop, well

    Don't you worry, it's gonna be alright
    I'm in a hurry, I'm gonna drive all night yeah
    Be there in the morning, you can bet your ass
    I got both hands on the wheel and my big foot on the gas, yeah

    Don't you worry baby
    I got my big foot on the gas

    Well, got my imaginations, runnin' wild
    Things I think about I say whoa child
    I'm all by myself, ah I crackin' up
    Better get some rest girl, I'm all pumped up

    Don't you worry, I'm gonna be alright
    Baby I'm in a hurry, I'm gonna drive all night
    Be there in the morning and you can bet your ass
    I got both hands on the wheel, and my big foot on the gas yeah

    Right there
    I got my big foot on the gas, whoo
    Are you ready baby?
    Big foot on the gas,
    Yeah, oh
    YeahWriter/s: JOE SATRIANI, SAMMY HAGAR
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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