"Pink Sunglasses" as written by and Natalie Hemby Luke Dick....
I put 'em on whenever I sit down to the read the paper
Can't explain the way they seem to work like magic
I put 'em on to keep it positive
Don't mean to tell you how to feel
But I'm a firm believer in the power of the plastic
Positive plastic

In my pink sunglasses
Always makes the world look a little bit better
In my pink sunglasses
You can try 'em anytime you need a change of the weather
At $9.99, I'm perfectly disguised
When I'm walking by, I wanna roll my eyes
In my pink sunglasses, pink sunglasses

I was looking for some tortoise shells
But these were on sale next to the disposable cameras
Tried 'em on and suddenly, it occurred to me
That buying Little Debbies felt a little more glamorous
In the checkout line, don't I look good?

In my pink sunglasses
Always makes the world look a little bit better
In my pink sunglasses
You can try 'em anytime you need a change of the weather
For $9.99, I'm perfectly disguised
When I'm walking by, I wanna roll my eyes
In my pink sunglasses, pink sunglasses

I could leave 'em on a beach, at a bar, on the boat
But they always reappear in the pocket of my coat
I can't find 'em, they always find me

My pink sunglasses
Always makes the world look a little bit better
In my pink sunglasses
You can try 'em anytime you need a change of the weather
For $9.99, I'm completely polarized
Sometimes, I accidentally go to bed at night
In my pink sunglasses, my pink sunglasses

My pink sunglasses
In my pink sunglasses
Pink sunglasses


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Pink Sunglasses" as written by Natalie Hemby Luke Dick

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, CYPMP

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