Album: It'z Just What We Do (2012)
Charted: 75 4
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  • Baby you a song (hey)
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise (le' go)

    I got my windows down and the radio, get your radio
    I got my windows down and the radio, get your radio

    Yeah, when I first saw that bikini top on her
    She's poppin' right out of the South Georgia water
    Thought, oh, good lord, she had them long tanned legs
    Couldn't help myself so I walked up and said

    Baby you a song
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise
    Down a back road blowin' stop signs through the middle
    Every little farm town with you
    In this brand new Chevy with a lift kit
    It'd look a hell lot better with you up in it
    So baby you a song
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise

    I got my windows down and the radio, get your radio

    She was sippin' on southern and singin' Marshall Tucker
    We were falling in love in the sweet heart of summer
    She hopped right up into the cab of my truck and said
    Fire it up, let's go get this thing stuck

    Baby you a song
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise
    Down a back road blowin' stop signs through the middle
    Every little farm town with you
    In this brand new Chevy with a lift kit
    It'd look a hell lot better with you up in it
    So baby you a song
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise

    My windows down my seat back my music up when we ride
    Her legs up on my dashboard, and that's just the way I like
    Hey country girl, this country boy like er'thing about ya
    Don't change a thing, no way, you stay the same I gotcha
    Life's all that, all that, head to toe you all that
    Tell ol' boy he call back, send a text say "fall back" ('Cause)
    I can see you got a thing for the fast life
    So come on shorty let me show you what the fast's like
    Whippin' cross the border Florida into Georgia
    'Cause baby you a song and you make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise
    Down a back road blowin' stop signs through the middle
    Every hood er'ry town with you
    And this drop top Chevy painted real slick
    It'll look a hell of a lot better when you up in it (you up in it)
    'Cause baby you a song and you make me wanna roll my, roll my, roll my (roll my) oh

    Well baby you a song
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise
    Down a back road blowin' stop signs through the middle
    Every little farm town with you
    In this brand new Chevy with a lift kit
    It'd look a hell lot better with you up in it
    So baby you a song
    You make me wanna roll my windows down and cruise

    I got my windows down and the radio, get your radio (Get the windows down and cruise)
    I got my windows down and the radio, get your radio (Get my windows down and roll)
    I got my windows down and the radio, get your radio

Comments: 1

  • Camille from Toronto, OhEvery once in awhile, song lyrics come along that make you wonder why they hadn't already been written before. This is one of those songs. They just make perfect sense. Nelly's video of this is hot; I've never listened to his music before but love the mix of the Florida Georgia Line boys with Nelly. This one will always remind you of 2013/summer.
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