Stars Tonight

Album: Need You Now (2010)
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  • Girls in their heels and a skinny pair of blue jeans
    Boys in black pearl buttons lookin' just like Springsteen
    Momma says why you wanna play in a silly rock 'n roll band
    Well if you stood here Momma,
    I know you'd understand yeah

    It's the lights
    It's the high
    It's the roar of a crowd on a Friday night

    And everybody's screamin' out yeah, yeah, yeah
    And everybody's singing out yeah, yeah, yeah
    Get on your feet if it feels good
    If it feels right
    'Cause we're all stars tonight
    So sing it out yeah, yeah, yeah

    (Hey!)
    (Hey!)

    Let's get a little rowdy
    Gonna party all night long
    And boys sway with your girls
    When we play a little slow song
    Put your hands in the air
    Shine a lighter or a cell phone
    You better buy another round
    We ain't goin' home no
    On the floor
    In the stands
    Tonight we're all in the band

    And we're screamin' out yeah, yeah, yeah
    And everybody's singing out yeah, yeah, yeah
    Get on your feet if it feels good
    If it feels right
    'Cause we're all stars tonight
    So sing it out yeah, yeah, yeah

    And everybody's screamin' out yeah, yeah, yeah
    Everybody's singing out yeah, yeah, yeah
    And everybody's screamin' out yeah, yeah, yeah
    And everybody's singing out yeah, yeah, yeah
    Get on your feet if it feels good (feels good)
    If it feels right, (feels right)
    'Cause we're all stars tonight
    So sing it out (yeah, yeah, yeah)

    (Hey!)
    (Hey!)

    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    (Hey!)
    (Hey!)
    Oh yeah Writer/s: CHARLES KELLEY, DAVE HAYWOOD, HILLARY SCOTT, MONTY POWELL
    Publisher: ANTHEM ENTERTAINMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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