"Round Here" as written by Thomas Rhett, Chris Thompkins and Rodney Clawson....
A hammer and a nail, stacking them bails
I’m dog tired by the five o’clock hour
But I’m ready to raise some hell
And Jesse’s getting ready, I’m gassing up the Chevy
I’m gonna pick her up at six
I hope she’s gonna wear them jeans with the tear
That her mama never fixed

The moon comes up and the sun goes down
We find a little spot on the edge of town
Twist off, sip a little, pass it around
Dance in the dust turn the radio up
And that fireball whiskey whispers
Temptation in my ear
It’s a feeling alright, Saturday night
And that’s how we do it round here.
Yeah that’s how we do it round here

Mud on the grips, wild cherry on her lips
I’ve been working and trying and flirting and dying
For an all night kind of kiss
And country on the boom box
And candles on the tool box
I’m doing everything right
Got the country boy charm turned all the way on tonight.

Yeah the moon comes up and the sun goes down
We find a little spot on the edge of town
Twist off, sip a little, pass it around
Dance in the dust, turn the radio up
And that fireball whisky whispers
Temptation in my ear
It’s a feeling alright, Saturday night
And that’s how we do it round here.
Yeah that’s how we do it round here.

Yeah the moon comes up and the sun goes down
We find a little spot on the edge of town
Twist off, sip a little, pass it around
Dance in the dust turn the radio up
And that fireball whiskey whispers
Temptation in my ear
It’s a feeling alright, Saturday night
And that’s how we do it round here.
Yeah that’s how we do it round here.
Come on.
Yeah that’s how we do it round here.
Yeah that’s how we do it round here.


Lyrics submitted by dkyle_06

"Round Here" as written by Dido Armstrong Tracy Lynn Curry

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentRound Here" is a song recorded by American country music duo Florida Georgia Line. It was released in June 2013 as the third single from their album Here's to the Good Times. It was written by Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins, and Thomas Rhett.
    amirbeon September 24, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationIt's about what Brian and Tyler did on their dates with their ex-girlfriends and what Brian does on dates with his wife.
    seeingon October 03, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationAnd about what Tyler will do on dates when he starts dating again.
    seeingon October 03, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationForget that last post. I just discovered that Tyler is engaged to a woman named Hannah.
    seeingon October 04, 2014   Link

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