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She's got the focus
She's got the time
She's got a deeper shade in mind
She's got headphones
She's got spring break,
Swimsuit and Coppertone 8

She's working on a tan
She's sitting in the sand
chilling in a chair, flower in her hair, margarita in her hand
Soaking up the sun getting next to nothing done,
There's a term paper due in a week or two only she don't give a damn
She's working on a tan
Working on a tan

All the Kappa Sigma boys been lifting weights hitting that gym drinking protein shakes
They got a cooler full of beer and it's loaded in the jeep
why do you think they're going to the Beach

Because she's working on a tan
She's sitting in the sand,
chilling in a chair, flower in her hair, margarita in her hand
Soaking up the sun getting next to nothing done
She's attracting a crowd, got their tongues hanging, out but she don't give a damn
She's working on a tan
Working on a tan

Yeah, so many things run through her mind.

Reapply

So this week while you're stuck in your cubicle, you're serving Starbucks or you're still in School,
Far from rubbing sunscreen on your skin - sorry but I have to rub it in

She's working on a tan
She's sitting in the sand,
chilling in a chair, flower in her hair, margarita in her hand
Soaking up the sun
getting next to nothing done
Forget her grades, forget her GPA, she don't give a damn
She's working on a tan
Working on a tan



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