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A yellow two-piece, black Raybans
Your bare feet covered in sand
White jet trails across the blue sky
Your ponytail showing off the sunshine

Like a postcard out of nowhere
You get to me, you give that smile
And I'm somewhere

Somewhere sunny and 75
You and me on a beach chair
Yeah, I'm so there everytime I look into your eyes
Kissing you in the salt air
I can taste it, I swear
Take me somewhere sunny and 75

It doesn't take much for you to move me
Just the way you're leaning into me
It's a holiday when we're together
I wanna stay with you forever somewhere

Somewhere sunny and 75
You and me on a beach chair
Yeah, I'm so there everytime I look into your eyes
Kissing you in the salt air
I can taste it, I swear
Take me somewhere sunny and 75

You're like a fast lane westbound
You feel like the windows rolled down
I can't wait until we get there, somewhere

Somewhere sunny and 75
You and me on a beach chair
Yeah, I'm so there everytime I look into your eyes
Kissing you in the salt air
I can taste it, I swear
Take me somewhere sunny and 75

Sunny and 75



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