22 Thomas Rhett Lyrics To Jot Down On Your Final Exam
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22 Thomas Rhett Lyrics To Jot Down On Your Final Exam If You Don’t Know The Answer

Sippin' on drink number two
Tryin' to come up with somethin' smooth

22 Thomas Rhett Lyrics To Jot Down On Your Final Exam If You Don’t Know The Answer

Summer is upon us and that means country music is entering its prime season. And Thomas Rhett songs will be blasting at every party, store, restaurant and really anywhere for the next few months. Sitting in a final exam is the last thing we want to be doing and sometimes answers just leave our heads.

So, when you forget the answer to an exam question, what do you do? Yep, you guessed it. Jot down your favorite Thomas Rhett lyrics to make it a little more exciting. No one wants to turn in a blank exam.

Here are 22 lyrics you could use.

1. Give Me Some Of That

Sippin' on drink number two
Tryin' to come up with somethin' smooth

2. Crash and Burn

Do you hear that
It's where I'm at
It's the sound of teardrops falling down, down

3. Die A Happy Man

Oh, if all I got is your hand in my hand
Baby, I could die a happy man, yeah

4. Tangled

I'm tangled up

5. I Feel Good

I feel good, today
can't nobody bring me down

6. Star of the Show

You're the star of the show
And everybody's wondering and wanting to know
What's your name?

7. Sixteen

What I wouldn't give to be sixteen, wild and free
Cruisin' up and down main in my F-150

8. Drink A Beer

Yeah, we're gonna drink a little beer, play a little music
And have a big time tonight

9. Smooth Like Summer

Getting wild, wearing shades, living like we're renegades
No matter what, we're gonna stay

Smooth like the summer

10. Life Changes

Waking up in my college dorm
Yeah, my life, it was pretty normal
Looking for a date to the spring formal
Wasn't worried 'bout nothing else no
Majoring in undecided

11. I Feel Good

I got no motivation
Except for recreation
Feels like I'm on vacation (that's right)

12. Crash and Burn

I know you could probably tell me
Right where I went wrong

13. Look What God Gave Her

I know she's got haters, but it ain't her fault, nah
Look what God gave her

14. Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time

Don't threaten me with a good time, no no
Here we go

15. Unforgettable

That it's crazy I remember every detail, but I do
From your blue jeans to your shoes
Girl, that night was just like you

16. Marry Me

I'll try to make it through without crying so nobody sees
Yes, she wanna get married
But she don't wanna marry me

17.  Life Changes

Ain't it funny how life changes
You wake up, ain't nothing the same and life changes

18. I Feel Good

Ray Bans on that sky is blue
Cannonball into the pool

19. Smooth Like Summer

The streets are so alive, yeah, we're running all the lights
When they're flashing in the AM

20. Sixteen

What I wouldn't give to be twenty-one, wild and free
Open up a cold one and drink it legally

21. Life Changes

You never know what's gonna happen
You make your plans and you hear God laughing

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