"Days of Thunder" as written by Aimee Mayo and Brett James....
Yeah yeah
I had a six pack of beer in the bushes
The weekend I turned 18
I snuck out the back while my mom and dad
Watched Johnny Carson on TV

Well I picked her up at the end of the road
A red bandanna in her hair
I turned the radio up in that old Datsun truck
And drove off to God knows where

'Cause those were the days of thunder
And that was a magic summer
Young, dumb, and full of wonder
Thinkin' it would last forever

Love struck like a bolt of lightning
So strong and so exciting
Rainy nights I still remember
Those days of thunder

Over 90 miles an hour down a two lane road
With just one hand on the wheel
The other one wrapped around her body
And I found out how freedom feels

'Cause those were the days of thunder
And that was a magic summer
Young, dumb, and full of wonder
Thinkin' it would last forever

Love struck like a bolt of lightning
So strong and so exciting
Rainy nights I still remember
Those days of thunder

We were movin' so fast
Left foot on the gas
And we never looked back

'Cause those were the days of thunder
And that was a magic summer
Young, dumb, and full of wonder
Thinkin' it would last forever

Love struck like a bolt of lightning
So strong and so exciting
Rainy nights I still remember
Those days of thunder
Those days of thunder


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"Days of Thunder" as written by Brett James Aimee Mayo

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