I offered her a drink,
She said she'd like to have sex on the beach.
I said, "That's alright with me."

Things got a little crazy,
One thing led to another.
Now it's the next morning
And I'm telling all the guys.
"I don't know if I was wasted last night,
Or if I did things I regret.
But all in all, I think I did okay."

Okay (Okay!)
I know, it's hard, to remember yesterday.
But if (yeah!) you try, real hard,
You'll remember you and me.
Remember you and me.

Late night, we hit the bars.
Told them to go too far to get what we need.
I said, "Shots all on me!"

Things got a little wild.
And I'd like to see her smile,
"Let's just do one more.
Then we'll call it a night."

"I don't know if I was wasted last night,
Or if I did things I regret.
But all in all, I think I did alright.
'Cause your girl is coming home with me tonight."

Okay (Okay!)
I know, it's hard, to remember yesterday.
But if (yeah!) you try, real hard,
You'll remember you and me.
Remember you and me.

We may not remember,
Exactly what we did. (exactly what we did)
We'll remember who we did it with.
And when we look back on these,
Timese we shared together,
I promise I will never forget.
I'll never forget, my friend.

Okay (Okay!)
I know, it's hard, to remember yesterday.
But if (yeah!) you try, real hard,
You'll remember you and me.
Remember you and me.

Okay,
I know it's hard to rememeber yesterday.

"I don't know if I was wasted last night, (but if I)
Or if I did things I regret. (I try real hard)
But all in all, I think I did alright. (remember you and me)
'Cause your girl is coming home with me tonight." (remember you and me)

You'll remember you and me.


Lyrics submitted by Kitkat152

Night on the Town song meanings
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    General Commentit's "i offered her a drink, she said she'd like to have sex on the beach"
    and it's "we'll remember who we did it with"
    bteamstephenon September 21, 2009   Link

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