Steamy Windows

Album: Foreign Affair (1989)
Charted: 13 39
  • I was thinking about parking the other night
    We was out on a back road
    My and my woman was just getting' right
    All systems on overload
    The radio blasting in the front seat
    Turning out the music fine
    We was snuggled up in the back seat
    Making up for lost time

    Steamy windows - zero visibility
    Steamy windows - coming from the body heat

    You can wine and dine a woman all night
    With good intent
    But there's something about a confrontation on a back road
    Breaks down the defense

    Steamy windows - ain't nobody can see
    Steamy windows - coming from the body heat

    There's a sound outside the front door
    And I know it's just the wind
    But it makes her snuggle up just a little bit closer
    And it starts things happening again

    Steamy windows - zero visibility
    Steamy windows - coming from the body heat
    Steamy windows - steamy windows Writer/s: TONY JOE WHITE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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