Everything I Shouldn't Be Thinking About

Album: Just Feels Good (2013)
Charted: 69
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  • My motorcycle needs an oil change
    Fence needs mending, house needs paint
    I got a million things that need to be done but
    Baby I can only focus on one

    The way you're looking back at me right now
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're playing with my mind, baby ain't no doubt
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're everything I shouldn't be thinking about

    Baby you've always had a one track mind
    So what you're saying ain't no surprise
    What may come as a shock to you
    Is that I'm having all those little thoughts too yeah

    The way you're looking back at me right now
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're playing with my mind, baby ain't no doubt
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're everything I shouldn't be thinking about

    Baby since you and me are on the same page
    Let's do something 'bout it, what do you say?

    The way you're looking back at me right now
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're playing with my mind, baby ain't no doubt
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about

    The way you're looking back at me right now
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're playing with my mind, baby ain't no doubt
    I'm thinking about everything I shouldn't be thinking about
    You're everything I shouldn't be thinking about Writer/s: BRETT JAMES, DAVID LEE MURPHY, KEIFER THOMPSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Tom from Madison, WiI like this song. I'm glad it's still climbing up the charts. But I hope, I really hope, Thompson Square and label will chose "Here We Go Again" as the next single. That's their best shot at a big hit. It's a risk only because it rocks more than most on country radio, but it's worth it.
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