Carrie Underwood - Heartbeat

Carrie Underwood - Heartbeat Lyrics

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Heartbeat - Carrie Underwood Lyrics


I love it when we're at a party
In a downtown crowd, oh
But I can't hear you call me baby
With the music up loud
Red wine, good times
No, I don't mind being with everyone else
And then there's nights like tonight that I
I want you to myselfAnd tonight I wanna drive so far
We'll only find static on the radio
And we can't see those city lights
And I love the way you look in the firefly glow
Saying everything without making a sound
A cricket choir in the background
Underneath the harvest moon
Standing on your shoes in my bare feet
Dancing to the rhythm of your heartbeat
Oh, and we're dancing to the rhythm of your heartbeatI wanna feel it like a kick drum
Beating faster in your chest
I wanna feel you holding onto me
And make me hold my breath
You pull me closer, my head on your shoulder
Baby, we won't need a song
We'll make a falling star wish
One more slow kiss
What are we waiting on?
And tonight I wanna drive so far
We'll only find static on the radio. Ooooh
And we can't see those city lights
And I love the way you look in the firefly glow
Saying everything without making a sound
A cricket choir in the background
Underneath the harvest moon
Standing on your shoes in my bare feet
Dancing to the rhythm of your heartbeat
Yeah, we're dancing to the rhythm of your heartbeat
I wanna feel it like a kick drum
Beating faster in your chestAnd tonight I wanna drive so far
We'll only find static on the radio
And we can't see those city lights
And I love the way you look in the firefly glow
Saying everything without making a sound
With a river rolling in the background
Underneath the harvest moon
Standing on your shoes in my bare feet
Dancing to the rhythm of your heartbeat
And we're dancing to the rhythm of your heartbeat, oh
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