A.M.

  • Everybody waitin' for the weekend
    Getting off 5 in the P.M.
    Wanna blow off a little steam and
    Go cut loose somewhere
    Folks start showin' up at 7
    Order up a Crown or a cold one
    Nobody buyin' rounds for no one
    No girls dancin' on the bar in there

    But in the A.M.
    They go from getting buzzed into wasted
    Might not remember what they're sayin'
    Radio turned up and playin' loud
    A honky-tonk station
    Spendin' what you spent the week makin'
    Ask a little hottie what her name is
    The whole world's asleep and we're wide awake in the A.M.

    Leave around 10 and you're all right
    Everybody's cool, never uptight
    But if you stay longer than midnight
    You might end up in the middle of a fistfight

    Cause in the A.M.
    They go from getting buzzed into wasted
    Might not remember what they're sayin'
    Radio turned up and playin' loud
    A honky-tonk station
    Spendin' what you spent the week makin'
    Ask a little hottie what her name is
    The whole world's asleep and we're wide awake in the A.M.

    In the A.M.
    They go from getting buzzed into wasted
    Might not remember what they're sayin'
    Radio turned up playin' loud
    A honky-tonk station
    Spendin' what you spent the week makin'
    Ask a little hottie what her name is
    Hey baby, tell me what ya think about
    Getting out of this place and
    Let me show you my Chevrolet and
    We can sit and do a little stargazing
    Get a little bit of alone time, in the A.M.
    Yeah, in the A.M Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER YOUNG, CHRIS DESTEFANO, ASHLEY GORLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
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