The stars and the weather, they won't last forever But we've got 'em lined up right now We both know in the morning, I'll probably be going Chasing the sunshine south I'm a half-assed poet I'm crazy and I know it Just one step ahead or behind I ain't much for the morning But I've always been good at tonight
Yesterday's history, tomorrow's a mystery Go ahead and guess all you want There's no rhyme or reason For wasting time thinking 'bout What's gonna go right or wrong I'm a straight shot, no chaser One chance-in-hell taker But you can come along for the ride I should come with a warning Yeah, I've always been good at tonight
Come on and dance with me Throw your arms around me I'll follow that fire in your eyes Let's take it all right now 'Fore that moon goes out Kiss me like there's no goodbye I'm a stone made for rolling But I've always been good at tonight
The stars and the weather, they won't last forever But we've got 'em lined up just right Who cares where we're going 'Cause we're getting good at tonight
Come on and dance with me Throw your arms around me I'll follow that fire in your eyes Let's take it all right now 'Fore that moon goes out Kiss me like there's no goodbye I'm a stone made for rolling Not much for the morning And I'll give you a warning I've always been good at tonight
Writer/s: BARRY GEORGE DEAN, JOHN THOMAS OSBORNE, THOMAS JOHN OSBORNE, TROY VERGES
Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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