Lookin' for That Girl

Album: Sundown Heaven Town (2014)
Charted: 85
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  • That girl, she's a party all-nighter,
    A little "Funky Cold Medina," little "Strawberry Wine"-er,
    That girl, she's a love gunslinger, neon jägerbomb country-okie singer
    That girl, she's a walk on the wild slide,
    She's a day glow radio slow ride, low ride good time
    If you see her, tell 'er I'm

    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Hard to find, got me spending every night
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Sundown, heaven town, drivin' 'round, hitting the bars,
    Shooting the stars, rollin' up on every party wonderin' where you are
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Drivin' me crazy, something says baby, yeah, maybe you're that girl
    That girl, that girl, that girl

    That girl she's a sugar sweet drive-by
    Hold my dreams in her blue jeans, oh my
    Yellowhammer, south Georgia, Mississippi chick
    Drink cherry wine, Louisiana lipstick
    That girl likes to drink it up real loud
    Blowin' smoke in a backroad gravel cloud
    Drop it down, summer heat, I've got a sittin' up high Silverado seat

    Waitin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Hard to find, got me spending every night
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Sundown, heaven town, drivin' 'round, hitting the bars,
    Shooting the stars, rollin' up on every party wonderin' where you are
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Drivin' me crazy, something says baby, yeah, maybe you're that girl

    Hair like a field of gold (like a field of gold)
    Body like a honeycomb
    Smile like a country song (like a country song)
    Baby where you been?

    That girl, that girl, that girl
    That girl, that girl, that girl

    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Hard to find, got me spending every night
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Sundown, heaven town, drivin' 'round, hitting the bars,
    Shooting the stars, rollin' up on every party wonderin' where you are
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Drivin' me crazy, something says baby, yeah, maybe you're that girl
    That girl, that girl, that girl

    Yeah, maybe you're that girl,
    That girl, that girl, that girl
    I've been waitin' for that girl

    Hair like a field of gold
    Body like a honeycomb
    Smile like a country song
    Baby, climb on in

    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Hard to find, got me spending every night
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Sundown, heaven town, drivin' 'round, hitting the bars,
    Shooting the stars, rollin' up on every party wonderin' where you are
    Lookin' for that girl, that girl, that girl
    Drivin' me crazy, something says baby, yeah, maybe you're that girl
    That girl, that girl, that girl

    Yeah, maybe you're that girl,
    That girl, that girl, that girl
    Maybe you're that girl,
    That girl, that girl, that girl
    Maybe you're that girl,
    That girl, that girl, that girl
    Maybe you're that girl,
    That girl, that girl, that girl Writer/s: JAMES SLATER
    Publisher: OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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