In the Basement

Album: Everlasting (2014)
  • Oh now tell me where can you party, child, all night long?
    In the basement, down in the basement,
    Oh where can you go when your money gets low?
    In the basement, down in the basement
    And if a storm is taking place, you can jam and still be safe
    In the basement, down in the basement,

    Where can you dance to any music you choose?
    In the basement, down in the basement
    Oh, you got the comforts of home, a nightclub too.
    In the basement, down in the basement.
    There's no cover charge or fee and the food and drinks are free,
    In the basement, down in the basement

    Where they don't check your age at the door,
    In the basement, down in the basement
    Barracuda and Jack til your feet get sore
    In the basement, down in the basement
    Do any dance you want to do, there's no one under you
    In the basement, down in the basement

    In the basement, that's where it's at
    In the basement, in the basementWriter/s: CARL SMITH, RAYNARD MINER, ROQUEL DAVIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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