"Open Toes" as written by Balewa M. Muhammad, Candice Clotiel Nelson, Floyd Nathaniel Hills, Kara Dioguardi and Katharine Mcphee....
I've been needing a girls night out
I got nothing but hand-me-downs
I need a quick fix to make these clothes hotter
No matter what it is, a girl's gotta
A pedicure white tip French
Your legs don't make no sense
Not rich but I got a diamond anklet
Keep it on it goes with my outfit
Hey, let's go
If they're not too high, too low
I'll take them home
In purple, red or gold
'Cause I know them boys
They like
Those open toes

Jeans all black
Hair slicked back
Baseball cap
Still cute in my open toes
Mini skirt
Feet don't hurt
Just a flirt
Too cute in my open toes
Work or play
Night or day
Doing my thing
Too cute in my open toes
Never too many
Open toes
A girl needs plenty
Open toes

I'm loving these sling-back shoes
I like the way they stay loose
I could wear them all day and listen to the click-clack
Shoes like this make me hate flats

Swipe that card I'm good
Another pair leather and wood
I'm a sucker for a name brand
Skip the rack and stick to the game plan

Hey, let's go
If they're not too high, too low
I'll take them home (I'll take them home)
In purple, red or gold
'Cause I know them boys (them boys)
They like (they like)
Those open toes (those open toes)

Jeans all black
Hair slicked back
Baseball cap
Still cute in my open toes
Mini skirt
Feet don't hurt
Just a flirt
Too cute in my open toes
Work or play
Night or day
Doing my thing
Too cute in my open toes
Never too many
Open toes
A girl needs plenty
Open toes

I'm feeling down
That's when I go out
And shop 'till I drop
Everywhere that I want 'cause
Nothing feels better than spending my treasure on me
Finally I'm wear I'm supposed to be
Jeans all black
Hair slicked back
Baseball cap
Still cute in my open toes
Mini skirt
Feet don't hurt
Just a flirt
Too cute in my open toes
Work or play
Night or day
Doing my thing
Too cute in my open toes
Never too many
Open toes
A girl needs plenty
Open toes

Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Only got one life
Feeling good tonight
No, this girl's not staying home

Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Only got one life
Feeling good tonight
No, this girl's not staying home
(Danja)

Jeans all black
Hair slicked back
Baseball cap
Still cute in my open toes
Mini skirt
Feet don't hurt
Just a flirt
Too cute in my open toes
Work or play
Night or day
Doing my thing
Too cute in my open toes
Never too many
Open toes
A girl needs plenty
Open toes

Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Only got one life
Feeling good tonight
No, this girl's not staying home
Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Put 'em on, put 'em on let's go (let's go)
Only got one life
Feeling good tonight
No, this girl's not staying home (Danja)


Lyrics submitted by Shirley Parker

"Open Toes" as written by Bale'wa Muhammad Nate Hills

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General Commentaahh.. This is another good song from the album
    She's telling all her girlfriends.. LET GO OUT AND PARTY. She's not staying home and do nothing, She gna wear her heels and dance the night away.
    WOOO Go kat!
    _Undiscovered_on February 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song!! I looooooove shoes and Katharine McPhee so it's the perfect mix. ;]
    she_speakson May 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. I think it means she needs time away from her day to day life. She needs to grab the girls and go out on the town looking cute in with the perfect pair of shoes!! Whether its a cute outfit or jeans and a baseball cap, cute shoes are always the perfect accessory!!
    MrsVeliotison July 13, 2007   Link

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