Write My Number On Your Hand

Album: Clear As Day (2011)
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  • She climbed up an oak tree and double-back flipped
    The river drenched bikini sitting pretty on her hips
    So we shared a Coca Cola sittin' on a log
    And I was wantin' to kiss her like an old bullfrog

    Did you say you're only here for a couple of days
    Well alright, we ain't got much time to waste
    We talked 'til the moon chased the sun from the sky
    Said this is hello, it sure ain't goodbye

    Write my number on your hand where it's easy to see
    Write my number on your hand and give yours to me
    It will look good in blue on your sun kissed tan
    Baby write my number on your hand

    We jumped back in the water in the moonlight glow
    I said, come tomorrow, where you wanna go
    Maybe some place cool, 'cause it will be hot
    Do it one more time, I think it might've rubbed off

    Write my number on your hand where it's easy to see
    Write my number on your hand and give yours to me
    Still looks good in blue on your sun kissed tan
    Baby write my number on your hand

    If you're ever back in town, just give me a ring
    She said, well that's so sweet, but if you wanna see me

    Write my number on your hand where it's easy to see
    Write my number on your hand and read it back to me
    Yeah, blue would look good with your farmer's tan
    Baby write my number on your hand

    It'd look pretty dang good with your farmer's tan
    Baby write my number on your hand Writer/s: Jamie Paulin, Jeremy Stover, Thomas Rhett
    Publisher: OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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