Lettin' The Night Roll

Album: Off the Beaten Path (2013)
Charted: 49
  • That water tower's got the sun going down behind it
    If there's a good time in this town girl we're gonna find it
    You looked so damn good climbing up in my Chevy
    Tried to play it cool but I knew already
    By the way you looked in the dashboard lights
    It was gonna be one of those nights

    Got the Kenwoods banging that rock n' roll
    Whisper to me baby where you wanna go
    I can ride you 'round town or drive you down some ol' back road
    I love the way you lean that seat back, steal my ball cap
    Pull it down over your blue eyes
    Watchin' your hair fly out the window
    Just lettin' the night roll
    And I can't wait to see where it goes

    We can run the reds down Main Street dodging the blue lights
    Or disappear off into the corn out past the county line
    Baby keep on keep on swaying to the backbeat
    Long as you're right here right here beside me
    You make the call baby I don't care
    We can take this anywhere

    Got the Kenwoods banging that rock n' roll
    Whisper to me baby where you wanna go
    I can ride you 'round town or drive you down some ol' back road
    I love the way you lean that seat back, steal my ball cap
    Pull it down over your blue eyes
    Watchin' your hair fly out the window
    Just lettin' the night roll
    And I can't wait to see where it goes

    Got the Kenwoods banging that rock n' roll
    Whisper to me baby where you wanna go
    I can ride you 'round town or drive you down some ol' back road
    I love the way you lean that seat back, steal my ball cap
    Pull it down over your blue eyes
    Watchin' your hair fly out the window
    Just lettin' the night roll
    And I can't wait to see where it goes
    I can't wait to see where it goes, oh yeah
    Just lettin' the night roll Writer/s: JEREMY STOVER, RODNEY CLAWSON, JUSTIN MOORE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
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