Take It Off

Album: It's All Good (2011)
  • If you're feelin' that summertime heat
    Got the top up on your Jeep
    Take it off, go on now, take it off
    Got your boat up on a trailer
    Back it down in a river
    Take it off, go on now, take it off

    If the weight of the world's on your shoulders
    Got no weaker worries on your mind
    Go on, do what you wanna do
    Soak you up a little sunshine
    Dig your hand down in a cooler
    Grab a cold one and twist the top
    Take it off, yeah, take it off

    You're a pretty little country thing
    But giddy under them cut off jeans
    Take 'em off, come on, mama, take 'em off
    Them sunglasses on your head
    Anything you don't wanna get wet
    Better take 'em off, we're jumpin' in, take 'em off

    If the weight of the world's on your shoulders
    Got no weaker worries on your mind
    Go on, do what you wanna do
    Soak you up a little sunshine
    Dig your hand down in a cooler
    Grab a cold one and twist the top
    Take it off

    Na, na, na, na
    Woo ooo ooo
    Na, na, na, na

    We can go fishing in the full moonlight
    If you get one on the line, I'll take it off
    Girl, I'll help you take it off
    Got a blanket, we crawl underneath
    If it gets too hot to sleep, we can take it off
    Baby, we can take it off

    If the weight of the world's on your shoulders
    Got no weaker worries on your mind
    Go on, do what you wanna do
    Soak you up a little sunshine
    Dig your hand down in a cooler
    Grab a cold one and twist the top
    Take it off

    Na, na, na, na
    Woo ooo ooo
    Na, na, na, na

    Take it off
    Baby, take it off
    We can take it off Writer/s: DALLAS DAVIDSON, ASHLEY GORLEY, KELLEY LOVELACE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
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