Feel That Again

Album: Night Train (2012)
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  • A river in July, two kids on summer break,
    Another record high, clothes scattered on the bank.
    The rush of jumpin' in, I wanna feel that again.

    Sun going down, build a fire in the dirt
    You're dancing all around wearing my t-shirt,
    The way you pull me in, I wanna feel that again

    Guitar comin' through the speakers,
    That song you never wanna end,
    Gimme some of that you and me,
    Some of that way back when,
    A little bit of wild and free
    I wanna feel that again

    Nothin' but a blur, gravel road, a flatbed Ford
    Always was the cure, ooh whenever we got bored,
    Sideways round the bend, yeah I wanna feel that again.

    Guitar comin' through the speakers,
    That song you never wanna end,
    Gimme some of that you and me,
    Some of that way back when,
    A little bit of wild and free
    I wanna feel that again

    Guitar comin' through the speakers,
    That song you never wanna end,
    Gimme some of that you and me,
    Some of that way back when,
    A little bit of wild and free
    I wanna feel that again
    Feel that again Writer/s: NEIL THRASHER, VICKY LYNN MCGEHEE, WENDELL LEE MOBLEY
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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