Senior Year

  • Friday night, ride around
    Make a loop through the Sonic at the edge of town
    Head back, chug a beer
    Senior year

    Skippin' school, smokin' out
    Spring break hell you can't even talk about
    You're burnin' tires, she's learnin' cheers

    It's seein' that girl in your Letterman Jacket
    Lookin' so fine, you say damn you can have it
    If you want to

    It's a city limit sign, it's your hands in the air
    It's the Friday night lights, it's the fight at the fair
    It's havin' the only thing, that you care about beside you
    Senior year

    Sneakin' out, sleepin' in
    Lookin' daddy in the eye, man you're caught again
    Class rings, buy 'em here
    Sticks and stones, jealous girls
    They can hurt you more than anything in the world
    Fake a smile, hide a tear

    It's haning' around down on a river of freedom
    It's y'all come on, knowin' mama'll feed 'em
    Mama thank you
    We all thank you mama

    It's sayin' goodbye, it's the words unspoken
    It's prayin' to God for a heart less broken
    It's runnin' down out into the world wide open
    To find you
    Tryin' to find you
    Senior year
    Senior year

    Oh! Senior year
    Oh! Senior year


    Friday night, ride around
    Make a loop through the Sonic at the edge of town Writer/s: RANDY HOUSER, ROB HATCH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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