"Turn It Up" as written by Susan Melissa Paroff, Randoph Young, Ali Dee Theodore and Lovel James....
Friday night and feeling alright
At the end of a long hard week
Picked her up she jumped into my truck
And slipped into the passenger seat
She said I don't care where we go
As long as we are rocking to your radio

Turn it up, Turn it up
There ain't no such thing as loud enough
Let's rock, I'm ready to roll
Let's go crazy, Turn it up

We were driving moonlight riding
Wound up down a dead end road
I was in the mood trying to make my move
I leaned over and I pulled her close
She said there is plenty of time for romance
Right now all I want to do is dance

So turn it up, Turn it up
There ain't no such thing as loud enough
Let's rock, I'm ready to roll
Let's go crazy

Cause I all I want to do tonight is
Shout at the moon shoot out the lights
It don't matter as long as the music's on
She said whatever they're playing
They're playing our song

She said I don't care where we go
As long as we are rocking to your radio

So turn it up, turn it up
There ain't no such thing as loud enough
Let's rock, I'm ready to roll
Let's go crazy
Turn it up, Turn it up
There ain't no such thing as loud enough
Let's rock, I'm ready to roll
Let's go crazy
Turn it up, Turn it up, yeah, Turn it up

Turn it up


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"Turn It Up" as written by Randoph Young Susan Melissa Paroff

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