Leave Right Now

Album: Life Changes (2017)
  • Same streets, same party
    Drowning their problems in Bacardi
    Same people still talking
    Oh, I'm so over it, I'm sorry

    Baby, you and me could leave right now
    Ditch all your friends, the guy you came with
    Get to know you where it ain't so loud
    Just you and me alone on some old moonlit road
    But the two of us could disappear
    Just say the word and get out of here
    Baby, you and me could leave right now
    Meet me out back if you like how that sounds
    If you like how that sounds

    If not, I get it
    That smile on your face, yeah, it says different
    One kiss, could just try it
    'Cause you never know, you just might like it

    Baby, you and me could leave right now
    Ditch all your friends, the guy you came with
    Get to know you where it ain't so loud
    Just you and me alone on some old moonlit road
    But the two of us could disappear
    Just say the word and get out of here
    Baby, you and me could leave right now
    Meet me out back if you like how that sounds
    If you like how that sounds

    We could leave right now
    You and me could
    If you like how that sounds
    You and me could
    Oh, baby, you and me could
    Oh, baby, you and me could

    If you like how that sounds Writer/s: Edward James Drewett, John Henry Ryan, Julian C Bunetta, Thomas Rhett
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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