Birthday

Album: Come Around Sundown (2010)
  • It's in the way she often calls me out
    It's in the curve of your pretty gown
    You come on legs and your pantyhose
    You look so precious with your bloody nose

    We gonna come together, we gonna celebrate
    We gonna gather 'round, like it's your birthday
    I don't wanna know, just what I'm gonna do
    I don't care where your going, I'm coming along with you

    Walking her home with the grassy field
    Fallin' and laughin' at the drinks we spilled
    Just one of those nights that I had to share
    She's in a daze, without a care

    We gonna come together, we gonna celebrate
    We gonna gather 'round, like it's your birthday
    I don't wanna know, just what I'm gonna do
    I don't care where your going, I'm coming along with you

    We gonna come together, we gonna celebrate
    We gonna gather 'round, like it's your birthday
    I don't wanna know, just what I'm gonna do
    I don't care where your going, I'm coming along with youWriter/s: ANTHONY CALEB FOLLOWILL, IVAN NATHAN FOLLOWILL, JARED FOLLOWILL, MATTHEW FOLLOWILL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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