"Groovy Little Summer Song" as written by James Otto, Al Anderson and Carson Chamberlain....
When the days start gettin' warmer
And the sun starts sinkin' slower
Weekends go by faster and beer starts tasting colder
Wanna tune into a station that takes me on a soul vacation
Hey there mister DJ, come on wont you please play

One that we can dance to
Start up a romance to
Make it pretty simple so we all can sing along
While cruisin' with the top down, crank it up real loud
A groovy little summer song (Yeah)

Make me feel the rhythm of warm tropical islands
Take me to a beach somewhere where everyone is smilin'
Sippin' margartias and eyein' senoritas
I can almost see 'em swayin' once ya start playin'

One that we can dance to
Start up a romance to
Make it pretty simple so we all can sing along
While cruisin' with the top down, crank it up real loud
A groovy little summer song (Yeah)

(Play that guitar now, come on)

Play something sexy to make her fall in love with me
Won't you please,
Play One that we can dance to
Start up a romance to
Make it pretty simple so we all can sing along
While cruisin' with the top down, crank it up real loud
A groovy little summer song (Yeah)

Play one that we can dance to
Start up a romance to
Make it pretty simple so we all can sing along
While cruisin' with the top down, crank it up real loud
A groovy little summer song (Yeah)

My groovy little summer song (mm)

(feels like summer time to me)
(pass me a beer)


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"Groovy Little Summer Song" as written by Carson Chamberlain Al Anderson

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    General CommentGreat song. It's just one of those summer songs that you gotta have a girl at your side to listen too. God, I love summer! Haha, that's when the best magic happens.
    YankeeCowboy92on January 18, 2011   Link

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