Don't need no radio weatherman
Telling me the mercury's out of hand
Heat waves shimmer off a blacktop street
You better keep moving or you'll burn your feet
Something about the sun when it's beating down
Makes a young man's head start spinning around
And an old man smiles 'cause he knows this town's heatin' up
Heatin' up, heatin' up

Girls in their cars on the drag downtown
Radio up and the ragtop down (heatin' up)
Pool hall boys all drop their cues
Running outside 'cause they're feeling it too (heatin' up)
Well the sweat starts rollin' in little hot drops
From cut-off jeans and the halter tops
And it's started now, and it ain't gonna stop heatin' up
Heatin' up

Well the sun is sinking, but it's too late now
The juke joint crowd just can't cool down
Dance floor's shaking from a heavy beat
The steam cloud rising, when the bodies meet (heatin' up)

Some are gonna love, and some are gonna fight
As a hell fire burns through the summer night
And it starts all over in the morning light heatin' up
Heatin' up, heatin' up


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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