Baby Be My Love Song

Album: About to Get Real (2014)
Charted: 56
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  • So here we are, here all alone
    The band quit playin’, everyone went home
    But the stars are still out and you’re so damn hot
    And I ain’t ready for the music to stop

    Baby be my love song
    Baby be my all night long
    Be the buzz in my Dixie cup
    My steady rockin’ ‘til the sun comes up
    You know I really love to watch you dance
    Baby be my, “Oh hell yeah!”
    I feel a little sing-along, sing-along comin’ on
    Baby be my love song

    Girl, fast or slow, three-quarter time
    It don’t have to make sense
    And it don’t have to rhyme
    As long as it’s you
    Babe, I’m all in
    And when it’s over
    Just play it again

    Baby be my love song
    Baby be my all night long
    Be the buzz in my Dixie cup
    My steady rockin’ ‘til the sun comes up
    You know I really love to watch you dance
    Baby be my, “Oh hell yeah!”
    I feel a little sing-along, sing-along comin’ on
    Baby be my love song

    Baby be my melody
    My little feel good that gets to me
    Don’t be shy baby, set it free
    Crank it up, hit me way down deep

    Baby be my love song
    Baby be my all night long
    Be the buzz in my Dixie cup
    My steady rockin’ ‘til the sun comes up
    You know I really love to watch you dance
    Baby be my, “Oh hell yeah!”
    I feel a little sing-along, sing-along comin’ on
    Baby be my love songWriter/s: BRETT JAMES, JIM COLLINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group
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