"Loco" as written by and Kim Chadwick/tribble Tribble....
Little Hula girls on the shot-glass
All we needs a little salt and lime
We can plug in the hot pepper lights
And pretend that were livin' on Key West time

I can run to the store and get some charcoal
Buy a Tiki torch and fire up the grill
The whole town wants to know when I'm gonna' grow up
But you know I never will

Yeah, I might be a little bit loco
But it keeps me from losin' my mind
Oh but half insane, that's ok
Babe a little bit crazy's alright

There's nothin' wrong with a little excitement
No, it makes me forget about work
‘cause I live by the rule, that everything's cool
Just as long as nobody gets hurt

Yeah I feel like I'm on vacation
Honey, you say the word and we'll go
‘Cause your getting' to me in those cut-off jeans
And that T-shirt from Sloppy-Joe's

Yeah I might be a little bit loco
But it keeps me from losin' my mind
Oh, but half insane, that's ok
Babe, a little bit crazy's alright

Yeah the deep end might be so close
Oh that I'm hangin' on for dear life
Yeah I might be a little bit loco
But a little bit crazy's alright
That's right….

Yeah, I might be a little bit loco
But it keeps me from losin' my mind
Oh but half insane, that's ok
Babe a little bit crazy's alright

Yeah the deep end might be so close
Oh that I'm hangin' on for dear life
Yeah I might be a little bit loco baby
But a little bit crazy's alright

Yeah, I might be a little bit loco
But it keeps me from losin' my mind
We might be a little bit loco baby
But a little bit crazy's alright
Get crazy, baby

Might be a little bit loco baby
But a little bit crazy's alright!


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"Loco" as written by Kim Chadwick Tribble David Lee Murphy

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., CAROL VINCENT & ASSOC LLC, DO WRITE MUSIC LLC, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC

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