Beachin'

Album: Days of Gold (2013)
Charted: 26
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  • So just watchin' her blonde hair, sun burn, stare at them, wack caps rolling over
    Laid back in a thrift store beach chair, droppin' limes in her Corona
    Well she looks back, yeah, she throws me a kiss, like honey I sure want you
    And it's a hundred and three between her and me and only 92 in Daytona

    And it's sunshine, blue eyes, tan lines, slow tide
    Rollin' white sand, cold can koozie in my hand, just a summertime strolling
    Chillin', breazin', sippin', singin' whoaoaoh

    Beachin'

    We got 2-for-1s, we're at a margarita bar, whatever happens happens
    And there's a reggae band, full of dread head, just sittin' in the corner laughin'
    Well my baby walks over, drops a 20 in a jar, she smiles and shakes it at me
    Yeah, she gets 'em goin', she gets 'em playin' a little, don't worry be happy

    And it's sunshine, blue eyes, tan lines, slow tide
    Rollin' white sand, cold can koozie in my hand, just a summertime strolling
    Chillin', breazin', sippin', singin' whoaoaoh

    Beachin'

    You got a margarita here in my hand, doin' a little drinkin'

    Talkin' 'bout sunshine, blue eyes, tan lines, slow tide
    Rollin' white sand, cold can koozie in my hand, just a summertime strolling
    Chillin', breazin', sippin', singin' whoaoaoh,

    Beachin', sunshine, blue eyes, tan lines, slow tide
    Rollin' white sand, cold can koozie in my handWriter/s: Jimmy Robbins, Jaren Ray Johnston, Jon Mark Nite
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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