Day Drinking

Album: Pain Killer (2014)
Charted: 40
  • Everybody's always waiting on Friday
    Watching that clock and sittin' on go
    Whatcha' say we find a little warm sunshine
    And open up an umbrella on the patio

    Don't need a reason or a happy hour
    Ain't hanging around for a fireworks show
    Get a head start a little sip of somethin'
    Off and runnin', here we go
    1, 2, 3 here we go

    Don't want to wait til the sun's sinking
    We could be feeling all right
    I know you know what I'm thinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking

    Blame it on the work day
    Blame it on the heatwave
    Blame it on the tick-tock moving too slow
    Blame it on any old thing you want to
    Ready get set, baby here we go

    Don't want to wait til the sun's sinking
    We could be feeling all right
    I know you know what I'm thinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking
    Day drinking, day drinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking

    Don't want to wait til the sun's sinking
    We could be feeling all right
    I know you know what I'm thinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking

    Don't want to wait til the sun's sinking
    We could be feeling all right
    I know you know what I'm thinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking
    Why don't we do a little day drinking Writer/s: Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Jimi Westbrook, Barry Dean, Troy Verges
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, CYPMP
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