The High Life

Album: Thanks For Listening (2014)
  • Feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Ain't nothing wrong, no, we're just rolling along
    Living the high life, yeah
    Living the high life

    Let me paint this picture for ya, small town on a Friday night
    Football and a Facebook party, one post tell everybody
    Win or lose, we're still gonna crank it
    Mix it up, I bet we drink it,
    Don't worry, know what we doin'
    Head home when the sun starts moving
    No sleep gotta get to work quick
    Good Lord that girl was worth it
    That kiss sure had me buzzin'
    That kiss got my boss cussin'
    It's alright, I'ma get this job one
    Later on she'll be riding shotgun
    My life, high life is perfect,
    My truck, my girl, all worth it

    Feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Moving and grooving to the flow of a favorite song
    Bass bumping, beat's tight, everybody getting right
    Hands in the air and we're singing along
    Bottle tops popping, the cameras ain't stopping,
    Tailgates dropping, this whole town's rocking,
    Yeah we're feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Ain't nothing wrong, no, we're just rolling along
    Living the high life

    Saturday, on Friday repeat,
    Meet everybody up in the town square
    Gotta see where the party's gonna be,
    Sure hope Sara Beth's gonna be there
    Sheriff Thompson said Scott just got home,
    Spent 18 months in Iraq
    Gonna pick him up and get gone,
    Gonna raise a little hell cause he's back
    You gotta make time for your friends,
    You gotta make time for your work
    You gotta find a girl you can love,
    Live life for all that it's worth
    Every day y'all, thank God for it,
    This life is such a blessing
    Escape that concrete jungle,
    Come see what y'all been missing

    Feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Moving and grooving to the flow of a favorite song
    Bass bumping, beat's tight, everybody getting right
    Hands in the air and we're singing along
    Bottle tops popping, the cameras ain't stopping,
    Tailgates dropping, this whole town's rocking,
    Yeah we're feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Ain't nothing wrong, no, we're just rolling along
    Living the high life

    Sunday you gotta head to dinner,
    Grandma done made them biscuits
    Fried chicken that's finger lickin',
    Front porch little guitar pickin'
    Sweet tea and apple pie,
    Country girl by my side,
    So right it can't be wrong,
    Wanna hear y'all sing along

    Yeah we're feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Moving and grooving to the flow of a favorite song
    Bass bumping, beat's tight, everybody getting right
    Hands in the air and we're singing along
    Bottle tops popping, the cameras ain't stopping,
    Tailgates dropping, this whole town's rocking,
    Yeah we're feeling good, feeling nice, we can do it all night
    Ain't nothing wrong, no, we're just rolling along
    Living the high life

    Tailgates dropping, this whole town's rocking
    Living the high life
    Bottle tops popping, the cameras ain't stopping
    Living the high life
    Moving and grooving to the flow of a favorite song
    Living the high life
    Hands in the air and we're singing along
    Living the high life

    Tailgates dropping, this whole town's rocking
    Living the high life
    Bottle tops popping, the cameras ain't stopping
    Living the high life
    Moving and grooving to the flow of a favorite song
    Living the high life
    Hands in the air and we're singing along
    Living the high lifeWriter/s: CHASE RICE, ZACHERY CROWELL, COLT FORD, JESSE RICE, CHRIS CLINE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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