Red Camaro

Album: Fuse (2013)
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  • Road trip to New Orleans
    Or gettin' married in Vegas
    Sunsets down on the sand
    Lettin' loose and goin' crazy
    Somewhere, somebody tonight is falling in love
    And 325 horses can't get me to you fast enough

    Your lips around a Coca-Cola
    My hand on the wheel and your head on my shoulder
    Some things never go out of style
    Like you and me together
    Staring at your legs on the leather of my
    Red Camaro

    You got them cowgirl boots on
    That summer dress blowin'
    Girl, there ain't nothin' bout you that
    Don't get to me and you know it
    When it comes to love, it ain't ever changin'
    Same things will always get a boys heart racin'

    Your lips around a Coca-Cola
    My hand on the wheel and your head on my shoulder
    Some things never go out of style
    Like you and me together
    Staring at your legs on the leather of my
    Red Camaro

    Pulling off on the side of the dirt road
    So many things that we know, but we don't know
    Discovering you by the glow of the dashboard light
    Falling in love in the middle of nowhere
    Maybe it's wrong, but it looks like we don't care
    It feels right, yeah, it feels so right
    Just like

    Your lips around a Coca-Cola
    My hand on the wheel and your head on my shoulder
    And some things never go out of style
    Like you and me together
    Oh, birds of a feather

    Your lips around a Coca-Cola
    One hand on the wheel and your head on my shoulder
    And some things just never go out of style
    Like you and me together
    Staring at your legs on the black leather, of my
    Red Camaro Writer/s: BRETT JAMES, KEITH URBAN, MIKE ELIZONDO
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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