Hammer & Tongs

Album: Last Of Our Kind (2015)
  • There's a fire
    In the city it's burning
    It's out of control
    My oh my

    There's a fire
    In the city
    I give you my heart and my soul
    Make me cry

    Give me a chance and I'll take it
    Show me some love and we'll make it

    Baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs
    Baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs

    Hammer and tongs

    Now the sun rises over the city the stars are all gone
    Bye bye
    The pavement is burning my feet but the fire rages on
    You and I

    I gotta say this is a great night
    Don't even know by the daylight

    'Cause baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs

    Oh yeah

    N baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs

    Hammer and tongs
    Hammer and tongs

    There's a fire
    In the city
    Out of control
    Out of control
    Oh woah oh woah

    Baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs
    Oh woahhhhhhh

    Baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs

    Baby we're right where we belong
    O hammer and tongs
    Hammer and tongs
    Oh woah oh woah
    Baby we're right where we belong
    And we're going at it, hammer
    Hammer and tongs
    Hammer and tongs Writer/s: DANIEL HAWKINS, FRANCIS PATTERSON, JUSTIN HAWKINS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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