Flyin' High

Album: La Futura (2011)
  • Well she likes the truck
    I guess I'm in luck
    She wears high heel cowboy boots
    She'll slam a shot
    Whatever you got
    She walks the line makes no excuse

    Fly high
    I'm never satisfied
    Fly high
    I'm takin' one last ride
    Fly high
    I'm bone dry and I'm waiting to die
    Fly high
    Don't you know its hard to signify

    She likes to smoke
    And she likes to toke
    Axe her no questions and she won't have to lie
    She likes to charge
    Long as it's large
    Make no mistake she got the evil eye

    Fly high
    I'm never satisfied
    Fly high
    I'm takin' one last ride
    Fly high
    I'm bone dry and I'm waiting to die
    Fly high
    Don't know you its hard to signify

    Fly high
    I'm never satisfied
    Fly high
    I'm takin' one last ride
    Fly high
    Jimi said I'm gonna kiss the sky
    Fly high
    You bad bad bad remission whyWriter/s: GLENN GIBBONS, STUART DRUMMOND MCMILLAN, NICK PEACOCK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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