Head Over Boots

Album: California Sunrise (2015)
Charted: 51
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  • I wanna sweep you off your feet tonight
    I wanna love you and hold you tight
    Spin you around on some old dance floor
    Act like we never met before for fun, 'cause

    You're the one I want, you're the one I need
    Baby, if I was a king, ah, you would be my queen
    You're the rock in my roll
    You're good for my soul, it's true
    I'm head over boots for you

    The way you sparkle like a diamond ring
    Maybe one day we can make it a thing
    Test time and grow old together
    Rock in our chairs and talk about the weather, yeah

    So, bring it on in for that angel kiss
    Put that feel good on my lips, 'cause

    You're the one I want, you're the one I need
    Baby, if I was a king, ah, you would be my queen
    You're the rock in my roll
    You're good for my soul, it's true
    I'm head over boots for you

    Yeah, I'm here to pick you up
    And I hope I don't let you down, no, 'cause

    You're the one I want, you're the one I need
    Baby, if I was a king, ah, you would be my queen
    You're the rock in my roll
    You're good for my soul, it's true
    I'm head over boots for you

    You're the one I want, you're the one I need
    Baby, if I was a king, ah, you would be my queen
    You're the rock in my roll
    You're good for my soul, it's true
    I'm head over boots for you

    I wanna sweep you off your feet tonight
    I wanna love you and hold you tight
    Spin you around on some old dance floor Writer/s: Jonathan Pardi, Luke Robert Laird
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Rhandie from 37879Long story cut off who this song was written for didn't want Billy to sing it then it doesn't ever get sung or recorded.
  • Rhandie from 37879Rhandie Lee Parker wrote this song in a matter of minutes in the early morning hours, I was 22 or 23 years old when I wrote this , I've never received any response of this song ever being recorded. It was the true meaning of this song with every lyric I wrote that night as with many other lyrics that love doesn't matter to any of the artists that sung any of the songs I wrote or co-wrote. That among many reasons is what will be the dismise of trust in-between man-kind and any love songs that are written when those who sing them don't comprehend what is and what isn't. It's people just like these various artists that Americans could never trust each other when trust is supposed to be earned not granted. Trust isn't what Jon pardi will ever achieve from anybody anywhere, with zero trust Jon pardi may justice take its toll with you. Why didn't you use every lyric of this song? Rip me off you have more beef with me than you could ever imagine. You should go ahead and contact the real writer of this song quick, be a man have it be face to face.
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