Like We Ain't Ever

Album: Spring Break 6…Like We Ain't Ever (2014)
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  • Yeah I've iced down a few thousand beers in my day
    To put down twice as many
    No telling how many bonfires have lit up my face
    If it ain't hundreds, it ain't any
    I stood on this stage so many times
    And watched all my friends have the time of your life
    But there's something in this spring time air tonight
    Yea we're gonna do it up right

    Like we ain't ever
    All been together
    And tried to make one night last forever
    Once it's gone, you can't get it back
    So lift 'em up, y'all, where you at
    Let's fill up on this feel good
    Like we don't know, know better
    Like we ain't ever

    This ain't the first time we've
    Partied under these stars
    Making a hangover
    Well, this time I got a few more songs
    In this old guitar
    For you to pull your baby closer
    You pull your baby closer

    Like we ain't ever
    All been together
    And tried to make one night last forever
    Once it's gone, you can't get it back
    So lift 'em up, y'all, where you at
    Let's fill up on this feel good
    Like we don't know, know better
    Like we ain't ever

    There's something in this spring time air tonight
    But we're gonna do it up right
    Let's do it up right

    Like we ain't ever
    All been together
    And tried to make one night last forever
    Once it's gone, you can't get it back
    So lift 'em up, y'all, where you at
    Let's fill up on this feel good
    Like we don't know, know better
    Like we ain't ever

    Like we ain't ever

    Like we ain't ever Writer/s: JASON MATTHEWS, JAY CLEMENTI, LUKE BRYAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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