Last Name by Carrie Underwood


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Carnival Ride by Carrie Underwood

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Last Name
by Carrie Underwood

Album: Carnival Ride


Last night I got served a little bit too much
Of that poison, baby
Last night I did things I'm not proud of
And I got a little crazy
Last night I met a guy on the dance floor
And I let him call me baby

And I don't even know his last name
My mama would be so ashamed
It started off, "Hey cutie, where you from?"
And then it turned into, "Oh no, what have I done?"
And I don't even know his last name

We left the club right around 3 o'clock
In the morning
His Pinto sitting there, in the parking lot
When it should have been a warning
I had no clue what I was getting into
So, I'll blame it on the Cuervo
Oh, where did my manners go?

And I don't even know his last name
My mama would be so ashamed
It started off, "Hey cutie, where you from?"
And then it turned into, "Oh no, what have I done?"
And I don't even know his last name
Here we go!

Today, I woke up
Thinking about Elvis somewhere in Vegas
I'm not sure how I got here
Or how this ring on my left hand just appeared
Outta nowhere
I gotta go
Take the chips and the Pinto and hit the road
They say what happens here, stays here
All of this will disappear
There's just one little problem:

I don't even know my last name
My mama would be so ashamed
It started off, "Hey cutie, where you from?"
And then it turned into, "Oh no, what have I done?"
And I don't even know my last name

What have I done? What have I done? What have I done?
Oh, what have I done?
I don't even know my last name
Well it turned into, "Oh no, what have I done?"
And I don't even know my last name
Yeah, yeah, yeah...

It started off, "Hey cutie, where you from?"
And then it turned into, "Oh no, what have I done?"
And I don't even know my last name
Oh yeah


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