At a wedding or a party
At some downtown bar
It don't matter where we are, she's gon' shine
When her song comes on, you know it's over (yeah)
Even if she is completely sober

My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor
Spinnin' all around
Head up in the clouds
Feet barely touch the ground
Don't know why I bought 'em
Don't know why she brought 'em
Got her shoes up in her hand
Like she's somewhere in the sand
My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor
My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor

Ooh, ooh
I spent a lot of money on them high heels
For her to stick 'em in her purse
'Fore the band makes it through the first verse, yeah
I stand back and watch her go crazy (crazy)
I just laugh and say, "That's my baby", baby

My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor
Spinnin' all around
Head up in the clouds
Feet barely touch the ground
Don't know why I bought 'em
Don't know why she brought 'em
Got her shoes up in her hand
Like she's somewhere in the sand
My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor
My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor

Yeah, my baby's breakin' it down
My baby's goin' to town
Like she's never been to town before
Yeah, my baby's tearin' it up
My baby's stirrin' it up
As soon as she hits the floor (floor, floor)

Barefoot on the dance-floor, oh yeah, yeah

My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor (on the dancefloor)
Spinnin' all around
Head up in the clouds
Feet barely touch the ground
Don't know why I bought 'em
Don't know why she brought 'em
Got her shoes up in her hand
Like she's somewhere in the sand
My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor (barefoot on the dancefloor)
My baby's barefoot on the dancefloor (oh, oh)
(Barefoot on the dancefloor)


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Barefoot Lyrics as written by Matthew Peters Dragstrem Joshua O. Miller

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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