Kill the Lights

Album: Kill the Lights (2015)
  • Hop in, you and me, little back road, barely see
    Right song, radio
    Throw in row, and drive slow
    I saw you, and it lit me up
    A girl like you it's just too much

    Kill the lights, kill the lights
    You can take me there tonight
    We can let some sparks fly
    We can make the dark fly
    Feel the ride, take me high
    Yellow moon in your eyes
    Lost in your slow skirt, in the middle of nowhere
    Skin to skin, don't care where we've been
    Pull me in and kill the lights

    We can feel all the way through
    Let me just hold on to you
    Baby trust my hands
    Live it up while we still can
    And kill the lights, kill the lights
    You can take me there tonight
    We can let some sparks fly
    We can make the dark cry
    Feel the ride, take me high
    Yellow moon in your eyes
    Lost in your slow skirt, in the middle of nowhere
    Skin to skin, don't care where we've been
    Pull me in and kill the lights

    Don't it feel right?
    Until the sun rise
    We can just grow old, what we know

    Can't help
    The more I want you
    You wanna do this don't ya
    Come here let me pull you closer
    You reach over

    And kill the lights, kill the lights
    You can take me there tonight
    We can let some sparks fly
    We can make the dark cry
    Feel the ride, take me high
    Yellow moon in your eyes
    Lost in your slow skirt, in the middle of nowhere
    Skin to skin, don't care where we've been
    Skin to skin, don't care where we've been
    Pull me in and kill the lights

    Kill the lights
    Baby you and me kill the lights
    Kill the lights Writer/s: LUKE BRYAN, JODY SCOTT STEVENS, JEFF STEVENS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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