Summer Fever

Album: Single release only (2018)
  • Feel that salt in the air, almost there
    Got that wind in my hair, Ray-Ban glare
    Hear that song we love on the radio (song we love on the radio)
    Stir it up baby, we both know

    We're 'bout to float that Malibu
    With that flip-flop attitude
    With that old school mixtape playing

    Over and over again on a blown out speaker
    Dance in the sand while the sun sets deeper
    Got that top back on that Jeep
    Got that soundtrack on repeat
    Got that one hand on my knee and I want it
    Over and over again, catching summer fever
    Summer fever, summer fever

    Close our eyes and let it take us
    Lost in the waves and the palm trees swaying
    All alone and out of reach
    Just the stars and the moonlight, you and me

    We're 'bout to float that Malibu
    With that barefoot attitude
    With that slow jam mixtape playing

    Over and over again on a blown out speaker
    Dance in the sand while the sun sets deeper
    Got that top back on that Jeep
    Got that soundtrack on repeat
    Got that one hand on my knee and I want it
    Over and over again, catching summer fever
    Summer fever, summer fever

    Endless sun kissed smile on our face
    Chase that love like it's running away
    And I want it (I want it)
    Yeah I want it
    Ohh

    Over and over again on a blown out speaker
    Dance in the sand while the sun sets deeper
    Got that top back on that Jeep
    Got that soundtrack on repeat
    Got that one hand on my knee and I want it
    Over and over again catching summer fever,
    Summer fever, summer fever

    Over and over again, catching summer fever
    Summer fever, summer fever Writer/s: Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Phillip Sweet
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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