Buzz Back Girl

Album: High Noon (2014)
  • Feels like I've been drinkin' since early in the mornin'
    I ain't had a drop, but somethin's got me goin'
    Hit me like a truck, naw, didn't see it comin'
    I hope it don't stop, 'cause man, it's got me stumblin'

    Lookin' like that, lookin' like that
    You don't even know what you're doin' to me
    You got my buzz back, girl, my buzz back, girl
    Woke up hungover, hungover this mornin'
    I called, you came over you got my
    Buzz back, girl, my buzz back, girl

    Baby, don't you stop it
    Girl, just keep on rockin'
    You know you got me droppin'
    Like I just took a shot and (took a shot and)

    Looking like that, looking like that
    You don't even know what you're doin' to me
    You got my buzz back, girl, my buzz back, girl
    Woke up hungover, hungover this mornin'
    I called, you came over you got my
    Buzz back girl, my buzz back, girl

    Ever since the night
    I wrapped my arms around you
    I, can't live a day without you
    All I think about
    Is how I can't wait to lay you down

    Lookin' like that, lookin' like that
    You don't even know what you're doin' to me, girl
    Lookin' like that, lookin' like that
    You don't even know what you're doin' to me
    Yeah, lookin' like that, lookin' like that
    You don't even know what you're doin' to me
    You got my buzz back, girl, my buzz back, girl
    Woke up hungover, hungover this mornin'
    I called, you came over you got my
    Buzz back, girl, my buzz back, girl

    You got my buzz back, girl (buzz back, girl)
    Buzz back, girl

    Feels like I've been drinkin' since early in the morning' Writer/s: KYLE JACOBS, LEE BRICE, PHILLIP LAMMONDS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., MIKE CURB MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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