Every Little Thing

Album: Yours (2018)
Charted: 50
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  • Woo!
    Huh
    Yeah

    My baby she's Alabama, my Dixieland delight
    Kissin' me like molasses, slow and sweet, mm-hm, just right
    She's an endless August summer, yeah, sunshine 3-6-5
    When she forgets the punch line, it still gets me every time

    'Cause I love every little, every little, every little thing about her love
    Her just a little, just a little, just a little ain't enough
    I gotta get a, gotta get a, get a little more of all she does
    I'm all hung up, 'cause I love
    Every little, every little, every little thing about her love

    Yeah, she's Seattle and Sonoma, runs on coffee and red wine
    Easy like Sunday morning and wild like Saturday night
    She's 24-carat goodness, an angel's all I see
    She dresses up for everything, but she only dress down for me

    And I love every little, every little, every little thing about her love
    her just a little, just a little, just a little ain't enough
    I gotta get a, gotta get a, get a little more of all she does
    I'm all hung up, 'cause I love
    Every little, every little, every little thing about her love

    Yeah! Woo!
    Come on!
    Hey, hey!
    Yeah!

    My baby she's Alabama, my Dixieland delight
    She's everybody's dream girl, but she's all mine

    And I love every little, every little, every little thing about her love
    Her just a little, just a little, just a little ain't enough
    I gotta get a, gotta get a, get a little more of all she does
    I'm all hung up, 'cause I love
    Every little, every little, every little thing about her love, oh

    About her love
    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Woo! Hey, hey!
    'Bout her love Writer/s: Casey Brown, Parker Welling, Russell Dickerson
    Publisher: 3 RING CIRCUS MUSIC LLC, BMG Rights Management, ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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