5,6,7,8

Album: Step One (1997)
Charted: 14
  • It's time to begin - now count it in
    5-6-7-8

    [Chorus]
    My boot scootin' baby is drivin' me crazy
    My obsession from a western - my dance floor date
    My rodeo romeo, a cowboy god from head to toe
    Wanna make you mine better get in line
    5-6-7-8

    [Chorus]

    Foot kickin' - finger clickin', leather slapping - hand clappin' -
    Hip bumpin' - music thumpin' - knee hitchin' - heel and toe -
    Floor scuffin' - leg shufflin' - big grinnin' - body spinnin' -
    Rompin' stompin' - pumpin' jumpin' - slidin' glidin' - here we go

    [Chorus]

    Tush pushin' - thunder footin' - cowgirl twistin' - no resistin' -
    Drums bangin' - steel twangin' - two steppin' - end to end
    Hardwood crawlin' - some four wallin' - rug cuttin' - cowboy struttin' -
    Burnin' yearnin' - windin' grindin' - lets begin the dance again

    [Chorus]
    You're mine, all mine now bubba
    Gonna rope you in - so count me in
    5-6-7-8

    [Chorus]

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