All Over Me

Album: Haywire (2010)
Charted: 59
  • Well the weather man says, "It's gonna be a hot one."
    Heard it on the radio
    Load up the boat, get your girl if you've got one
    A nice little breeze gonna blow

    Baby, I'm on my way to come and get 'cha
    Meet me at the end of your drive
    Grab your shades and your string bikini
    And your Coppertone forty five

    Bring on the sunshine, bring on a good time
    Girl, let me look at you
    Jump in the front seat, kick up your bare feet
    Honey, let your hair down too
    I know a spot down on the river
    Underneath the sycamore tree
    Save all your kisses up, bring on your sweet love
    Pour it all over me
    All over me

    We can build us a fire when we run out of daylight
    Let it light up your face
    Lay on a blanket, listen to the river
    Get a little carried away

    Well, I can taste that kiss on your sweet lips
    Ain't gonna want it to end
    So when the morning comes, we'll roll on out
    And do it all over again

    Bring on the sunshine, bring on a good time
    Girl, let me look at you
    Jump in the front seat, kick up your bare feet
    Honey, let your hair down too
    I know a spot down on the river
    Underneath the sycamore tree
    Save all your kisses up, bring on your sweet love
    Pour it all over me
    All over me

    Bring on the sunshine, bring on a good time
    Girl, let me look at you
    Jump in the front seat, kick up your bare feet
    Honey, let your hair down too
    I know a spot down on the river
    Underneath the sycamore tree
    Save all your kisses up, bring on your sweet love
    Pour it all over me
    All over me

    C'mon,
    C'mon,
    C'mon,
    C'mon pour it all over me,
    All over me Writer/s: DALLAS DAVIDSON, RHETT AKINS, BEN HAYSLIP
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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