Slow Dance In A Parking Lot

Album: Home State (2018)
Charted: 37
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  • Lights go down, wheels go around
    I'm taking you home
    Hoping for a slow song to come on the radio now
    I'm not ready to shut it down
    The way the dashboard glow
    Is hitting your eyes making me lose everything on my mind
    And the only thing I wanna do is find a spot
    Stop this car and throw it in park and get just

    Slow dance with you
    Spinning you around by the Walmart sign
    And moving our feet over the painted white lines
    Getting close to you
    Making the most of whatever we got
    Even if it's just a slow dance in a parking lot
    (Slow dance in a parking lot)

    A half song gone, one door open, across the lot
    A rent-a-cop's rolling a security car
    And his yellow lights spinning and flashing in time
    To the radio singing
    A little Garth Brooks
    You start humming the very last verse to "She's Every Woman"
    And I don't care what song comes next
    I'm falling right here, don't wanna safety net in a

    Slow dance with you
    Spinning you around by the Walmart sign
    And moving our feet over the painted white lines
    Getting close to you
    Making the most of whatever we got
    Even if it's just a slow dance in a parking lot

    And get close to you
    Making the most of whatever we got, even if it's just

    A slow dance with you
    Spinning you around by the Walmart sign
    And moving our feet over the painted white lines
    Getting close to you
    Making the most of whatever we got
    Even if it's just a slow dance in a parking lot Writer/s: Jordan Davis, Lonnie Fowler
    Publisher: DistroKid, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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