Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

All night, Alright

TGIF, Nights here, downtown city lights,
here I come party life
all night, alright

dressed to kill sprayed down
Love nights out on the town
fun's what I'm looking for
Headed right out the door

strobe lights fades in and out
no doubt, i'm turning up and everyone just about

your eyes caught mine at first sight
as the night progressed taken flight

Escaping into the music, hypnotized, it's seducive
caught in the moment, dance-floor exclusive
perfect stranger, in the crowd, moves a little closer
dance up against me, winning my heart over

it ain't no crime when the sensation feels right
Possibly a potential candidate who might
be one I'd grow to like

hey, DJ play that song
get me highly energized
watch me wow and electrify
the crowd around me
as the music intensifies
all night, alright

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013
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