"Love Hitchhiker" as written by Dameon Aranda, Gabriel Aranda and John J Karkazis....
When the hammer comes down
You're gonna hear the sound
A poor man sinner gonna turn this thing around
The valley's singing and I don't really care
I ain't no twenty-one and this ain't no truth or dare

And I wanna be
What you wanna see
At least until the sun comes up
And I wanna feel
That this love is real
Until we say goodbye

((Chorus))
'Cause she's a high heel walker
And I'm a real smooth talker
And I ain't gonna take a maybe
'Cause I'm a love hitchhiker
And I think I really like her
But I ain't gonna call her baby, baby
I ain't gonna call her back

When you wanna make a stand
You gotta be a man
This world is full of promises
You need to understand
Her train left the station and I really don't care
You ain't no Ginger Rogers
And I ain't no Fred Astaire
And I wanna be
What you wanna see
At least until the sun comes up
And I wanna feel
That this love is real
Don't wanna say goodbye

'Cause she's a high heel walker
And I'm a real smooth talker
And I ain't gonna take a maybe
'Cause I'm a love hitchhiker
And I think I really like her
But I ain't gonna call her baby, baby
Ooh, I think I'm gonna call her back

Hey, this ain't no revolution
No, I'm only looking for a solution
Said I got a front admission
Of desperation

And I wanna be
What you wanna see
Don't wanna say goodbye
Goodbye

'Cause I'm a love hitchhiker
And I think I really like her
But I ain't gonna call her baby

'Cause she's a high heel walker
And I'm a real smooth talker
And I am gonna take a maybe
I was a love hitchhiker
But I think I really like her
And I am gonna call her baby, baby

Oh, I wanna be what you see, yeah
'Til the sun comes
And I am gonna call her baby
Baby, baby
I think I'm gonna call her


Lyrics submitted by liniwa

"Love Hitchhiker" as written by Gabriel Aranda Dameon Aranda

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