"Lipstick" as written by Mark E. Prentice and Lynne Rockie....
Well, enough of this nonsense, baby
We're bigger than this, let's get back to us
And the thrill we felt with our first kiss

You know the road can take us
Out where we both feel so alive
Let's go tonight
You can put your lipstick on while I drive

We can go down to old El Paso
Spend the night in New Orleans
Go out to California, like we've always dreamed

Makin' love out in the desert
I can watch the sunset in your eyes
Let's go tonight
You can put your lipstick on while I drive

Well, I'm tired of this life we're livin'
Dreamin' dead-end dreams
Like a worn-out ol' shag carpet frayin' at the seams

You know we got to change it
No waitin' 'til the time is right
Let's go tonight
You can put your lipstick on while I drive

We can go down to old El Paso
Spend the night in New Orleans
Go out to California, like we've always dreamed

Makin' love out in the desert
I can watch the sunset in your eyes
Let's go tonight
You can put your lipstick on while I drive

Let me touch you, let me love you
Let your heart race next to mine

We can go down to old El Paso
Spend the night in New Orleans
Go out to California, like we've always dreamed

Makin' love out in the desert
I can watch the sunset in your eyes
Let's go tonight
You can put your lipstick on while I drive
You can put your lipstick on while I drive, while I drive


Lyrics submitted by YankeeCowboy92

"Lipstick" as written by Mark E. Prentice Lynne Rockie

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    General CommentI remember listening to this song and watching the video a few months after I really started to like country. I thought this was a great song. A guy is sick and tired of the common, every day routine, and he wants to take his girl on a getaway, spur the moment trip. It's a shame Rockie Lynne didnt' become a bigger star.
    YankeeCowboy92on January 17, 2011   Link

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