Turn It Loose

Album: Heartland (1987)
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  • Some call it country with a little bit of rhythm and blues
    And when the boys start rockin'
    There's a beat that you just can't lose
    Where it's gonna take us nobody knows
    It sure feels good to the body and soul

    I love the slide of a steal guitar
    I love the moan of an old blues harp
    I love the shake of a tambourine
    I love the bass when it's low and mean
    So put on your shoutin' shoes
    And turn it loose
    Turn it loose

    You feel like dancin'
    And you just can't stay in your seat
    Your knees start knockin'
    And you can't help stompin' your feet
    Before you even know it you'll be singin' a long
    Makes me want to stay hear all night long


    Turn it loose
    Everybody put on your shoutin' shoes and turn it loose
    Grab your shoutin' shoes and turn it loose Writer/s: BRENT MAHER, CRAIG BICKHARDT, DON SCHLITZ
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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