"Shut Up And Fish" as written by and Maddie Marlow Aaron Scherz....
He pulled up in his red Corvette
Salmon shorts and a white v-neck
I said wow you know how to dress down for a city guy

We headed out to a spot on the lake
A couple zedcos and a cup full of bait
I could tell pretty fast
He had more than just bass on his mind

Oh I was fishing he was wishing
We were kissing I was getting
Madder than a hornet in an old coke can
Getting closer sliding over
Crowding up my casting shoulder
Reaching out and tryna hold my reeling hand
Saying I'm pretty saying he's in love
And how it don't get any better than this

I say yeah it could
Boy if you would
Shut up and fish
Shut up and fish

For a little while he calmed down and let up
But then he went right back to pushing his luck
And that line of mine
Wasn't all I wanted to throw in, oh no

Oh I was fishing he was wishing
We were kissing I was getting
Madder than a hornet in an old coke can
Getting closer sliding over
Crowding up my casting shoulder
Reaching out and tryna hold my reeling hand
Saying I'm pretty saying he's in love
And how it don't get any better than this

I say yeah it could
Boy if you would
Shut up and fish

I finally had all of him that I could take
So I gave him a cold shower in the lake

What can I say?

I was fishing he was wishing
We were kissing I was getting
Madder than a hornet in an old coke can
Getting closer sliding over
Playing captain Casanova
Reaching out and tryna hold my reeling hand
Saying I'm pretty saying he's in love
And how it don't get any better than this

I said yeah it could
Boy if you would
Shut up and fish

Just a little push
'Cause he couldn't just
Shut up and fish
Shut up and fish


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"Shut Up and Fish" as written by Maddie Marlow Aaron Scherz

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