Girls' Night Out

Album: Why Not Me (1984)
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  • Friday finally came around
    This girl's ready to paint the town
    Tonight ain't nothin' gonna slow me down
    I did my time workin' all week
    Tonight's all mine, tomorrow I'll sleep
    I want to hear a band with a country sound
    Well, I've been cooped up all week long
    I've been workin' my fingers to the bone
    Well, it's a girl's night out
    Honey, there ain't no doubt
    I'm gonna dance every dance 'til the boys go home
    Well, it's my night to rock
    No watchin' that ol' clock
    Oh, ain't no doubt, Lordy it's a girl's night out
    Two step or the Cotton Eye Joe
    They can play 'em fast or they can play 'em slow
    I can do 'em all just show me the floor
    You can give me a little rock 'n roll
    Or even a waltz with the lights down low
    I'll still be dancin' when they close the door
    Well, it's a girl's night out
    Honey, there ain't no doubt
    I'm gonna dance every dance 'til the boys go home
    Well, it's my night to rock
    No watchin' that ol' clock
    Oh, ain't no doubt, Lordy it's a girl's night out
    Friday finally came around
    This girl's ready to paint the town
    Tonight ain't nothin' gonna slow me down
    I did my time workin' all week
    Tonight's all mine, tomorrow I'll sleep
    I want to hear a band with a country sound
    Well, I've been cooped up all week long
    I've been workin' my fingers to the bone
    Well, it's a girl's night out
    Honey, there ain't no doubt
    I'm gonna dance every dance 'til the boys go home
    Well, it's my night to rock
    No watchin' that ol' clock
    Oh, ain't no doubt, Lordy it's a girl's night out Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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