The clouds are partin' The summer suns startin' to burn down on that river My baby's waitin' I got the chevy shakin' Im blazing a trail to get her
There she is Shes got her shades on And man shes lookin' strong Mine all mine for the weekend The cooler's loaded down We're headed outta town Jumpin' off the deep end
Goin' barefoot and crazy Me and my baby Backflip off the flipright bridge Double dog dare me and I will Meet me at the bottom with a cool wet kiss Shes rockin' that bikini top My hearts skippin' like a rock across that water Don't ever wanna stop
Goin' barefoot and crazy The sun is droppin' We got the fire poppin' and It's lightin' up her blue eyes With a little bit of luck It'll heat things up and We'll be lovin' in the moonlight
Break out my old guitar Sing fishin' in the dark Baby get ready We'll take a little sip We'll take a little dip and Sleep in the bed of my Chevy
Goin' barefoot and crazy Me and my baby Just me and her and the man in the moon Drinkin' on a cold bud brew Mornin's gonna come way too soon We'll wake up and Do it all again Wishin' it would never end Anybody asks where we've been Tell 'em
Barefoot and crazy Barefoot and crazy Me and my baby I did a back flip off the flipright bridge Double dog dared me and I did Met me at the bottom with a cool wet kiss Shes rockin' that bikini top My hearts skippin' like a rock across that water Don't ever wanna stop
Goin' barefoot and crazy Don't ever wanna stop Don't ever wanna stop Goin' barefoot and crazy.
Writer/s: BEN HAYSLIP, DALLAS DAVIDSON, RHETT AKINS
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Jesse from Dallas, TxThis fun summer song was taken from Ingram's third album for Big Machine Records, Big Dreams & High Hopes. In August of 2009, Ingram set a Guiness World Record being interviewed 215 times in promoting the album. The album peaked at number 21.
The lyrics for "Mary, Did You Know?" were written by Christian singer and comedian Mark Lowry, after his pastor asked him to write a Christmas musical for their church. Southern gospel musician Buddy Greene later added music to his words.