Ain't nothin' goin' on in town tonight Except the loud party crowd drinkin' too much beer So baby tell me would it be alright If we just take a little rain check and stay right here I'm sure we could find somethin' to do As a matter of fact, baby why don't you
Grab a couple glasses and a bottle of wine Walk down the hall and turn down the lights Baby while you're at it you might as well let down your hair And I can take it from there Yeah, I can take it from there
I'm gonna put an old record on Conway Twitty yeah girl I'd love to lay you down Kill that ringer on your telephone Ain't gonna stop lovin' you til the candle burns out Oh there it is that little smile of yours Come on baby whatcha waitin' for
Grab a couple glasses and a bottle of wine Walk down the hall and turn down the lights Baby while you're at it you might as well let down your hair And I can take it from there
Tomorrow's gonna be here way too soon Let's not waste another minute Girl I've got plans for me and you
Just grab a couple glasses and that bottle of wine Walk down the hall and darlin' turn down those lights Baby while you're at it you might as well let down your hair And I can take it from there I can take it from there I can take it from there Yeah yeah yeah yeah
Writer/s: BEN HAYSLIP, CHRISTOPHER YOUNG, RHETT AKINS
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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AnonymousIt’s the story of the male narrator telling his lover that there’s a party going on tonight. But he just wants him and his lover to dine in and have a few drinks and he tells her while she’s at it that she can let down her hair and he can take it from there.
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