"Turn It Up (I Like the Sound of That)" as written by Jeffrey Lee Johnson, Qualonisheia Shantwaneke Combs, Chardai Cimone Hamblin, Dominic J. Jordan, Khalfani Hollins Muhammad, James M. Giannos and Mishon Tarique Ratliff....
I like the sound of
The ocean crashing
Waves making their way
To the beach
I like the sound of
The Gulf breeze blowing
Holding your hand,
The sand on our feet

I like the sound of
Raindrops dancing
As we sleep away
A Sunday afternoon
And I like the sound of
The alarm clock ringing
Means I'll spend
Another day with you

So turn it up, turn it up
Turn it up a little louder
I can never ever get enough
Turn it up, turn it up
Cause whenever I'm around you
You've got me thinking that
I like the sound of that

I like the sound of
A fireplace crackling
Watching a movie,
Holding you tight
Yeah, I love it when
I hear you laughing
At that joke I've told
A thousand times
And I like the sound of
Guitars screaming
Music so loud
We talk with our eyes

Turn it up, turn it up
Turn it up a little louder
I can never ever get enough
Turn it up, turn it up
Cause whenever I'm around you
You've got me thinking that
I like the sound of that

I like the sound
Of your heart beating
In my arms, right here, right now
When it's so quiet
I can hear you breathing
That may be my favorite sound

Turn it up, turn it up
Turn it up a little louder
I can never ever get enough
Turn it up, turn it up
Cause whenever I'm around you
You've got me thinking that
I like the sound of that
Turn it up, turn it up
Turn it up a little louder
I can never ever get enough
Turn it up, turn it up
Cause whenever I'm around you
You've got me thinking that
I like the sound of that


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"Turn It Up (I Like the Sound of That)" as written by Iii Griffin Warren

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