Young Love

Album: single release only (2013)
  • Your daddy thought I was wrong for you,
    Thinking back your mom did too
    Two wrongs never felt so right
    It was written in the stars, for two young and wild at hearts
    Sneak out late into the night
    You'd climb in and take my hand
    And you'd slide on over, on over and we'd ride

    'Cause young love don't know nothin'
    When the radio plays you sing along
    When she's holding on
    You just can't get close enough, you swear it's sent from above
    It's real, it's good, and it's young love

    Remember that time you was supposed to be at your friend Kate's and not with me
    In Panama City a hundred miles away
    And that damned old truck of mine broke down, your old man cussed me out
    And swore thats the last I'd see your face
    But I'd pull into your neighbor's drive and cut the lights,
    And you'd slide on over, on over and we'd ride

    'Cause young love don't know nothin'
    When the radio plays you sing along
    When she's holding on
    You just can't get close enough, you swear it's sent from above
    It's real, its good, and it's young love

    There was really no way of knowing
    But look at us baby, we're still going

    'Cause young love don't know nothin'
    When the radio plays you sing along
    All damn night long
    You just can't get close enough, you swear,
    It's sent from above
    It's real, it's good
    And it's still young love
    Young love Writer/s: Dan Couch, Kipling Moore, Scott Stepakoff
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, SONGS FROM THE COUCH
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Linda M. from Fayetteville, TnLove this song!! It’s just one more Kip Moore tune that speaks to me with great lyrics & a sweet story!
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