Up All Night

Album: Write You a Song (2013)
Charted: 56
  • Yeah girl, I just had me,
    One hell of a work week.
    It's been driving me crazy,
    Not enough of you baby.
    Yeah and I been a-thinkin',
    'Bout breakin' in the weekend
    Not doin' any sleepin'
    So get in, let's take a ride

    And baby let's go, take a dirt road
    Kick it back, find a good song on the radio,
    'Til we get lost in a sunset falling
    Lay a blanket by the creek
    Where the moon peeks over that sycamore tree
    And there won't be anyone watching
    No one watching
    Now there ain't nothing wrong, baby, you and I
    Gettin' down to some up all night

    Now don't forget your flip-flops
    We can stop by the quick stop
    Get some jerky and a twelve pack
    No tellin' when we'll be back
    I got a cooler in the truck bed
    I couple towels when we get wet
    Cause you know we're gonna jump in
    And take a little midnight swim

    So baby let's go, take a dirt road
    Kick it back, find a good song on the radio,
    'Til we get lost in a sunset falling
    Lay a blanket by the creek
    Where the moon peeks over that sycamore tree
    And there won't be anyone watching
    No one watching
    Now there ain't nothing wrong, baby, you and I
    Gettin' down to some up all night

    Come Monday, I'll be back to workin' and savin'
    But until then, yeah

    Baby let's go, take a dirt road
    Kick it back, find a good song on the radio,
    'Til we get lost in a sunset falling
    Lay a blanket by the creek
    Where the moon peeks over that sycamore tree
    There won't be anyone watching
    No one watching
    Now there ain't nothing wrong, baby, you and I
    Gettin' down to some up all night

    Yeah, me and you
    Up all night, yeah
    La la la la la, la la la la na
    Na na na na na Writer/s: Bart Butler, Brett Beavers, Jonathan Pardi
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, HORI PRO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP
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