Wild Ones

Album: Wild Ones (2015)
  • We've been waiting all week
    Been waiting on the weekend
    To crawl out of the shadows
    With the ones your mama said run from

    The ones your daddy kept you from
    Now we're all on the loose
    And we are here

    Everybody raise your glass
    (Hey, hey, hey)
    Pick it up and throw it back
    Grab ahold of your honey
    And everybody get a little lovin'
    A little touchin'
    A little kissin' and a huggin'
    Do a little lovin'
    A touchin'
    A little kissin' and a huggin'

    'Cause we don't need no sleep tonight
    Everybody's bumpin' to the beat just right
    Worry 'bout tomorrow when tomorrow comes
    Tonight we're just worried about having fun
    'Cause we're the wild ones, yeah
    You know that we're the wild ones

    We're gonna always do it our way
    And we don't care what nobody say
    'Cause we're the wildcats
    We're the fighters
    We're the midnight up all nighters

    So everybody raise your glass
    (Hey, hey, hey)
    Pick it up and throw it back
    Grab ahold of your honey
    And everybody get a little lovin'
    A little touchin'
    A little kissin' and a huggin'
    Do a little lovin'
    A touchin'
    A little kissin' and a huggin'

    'Cause we don't need no sleep tonight
    Everybody's bumpin' to the beat just right
    We worry 'bout tomorrow when tomorrow comes
    Tonight we're just worried about having fun
    'Cause we're the wild ones, yeah
    We're the wild ones

    Everybody get a little lovin'
    A little touchin'
    A little kissin' and a huggin'
    Do a little lovin'
    A touchin'
    A little kissin' and a huggin'

    'Cause we don't need no sleep tonight
    Everybody's bumpin' to the beat just right
    We'll worry 'bout tomorrow when tomorrow comes
    Tonight we're just worried about having fun
    'Cause we're the wild ones Writer/s: BRETT JAMES, CHRIS DESTEFANO, KIP MOORE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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