Footloose Song Lyrics Kenny Loggins


Footloose song lyrics Kenny Loggins English. "Footloose" is a song co-written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins.

I've been working so hard
I'm punching my card
Eight hours for what?
Oh, tell me what I got
I've got this feeling
That time's just holding me down
I'll hit the ceiling or else
I'll tear up this town

Now I gotta cut loose
Footloose, kick off the Sunday shoes
Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees
Jack, get back, come on before we crack
Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose

You're playing so cool, obeying every rule
Dig a way down in your heart
You're burning yearning for some
Somebody to tell you that life ain't passing you by
I'm trying to tell you
It will if you don't even try
You'll get by if you'd only

Cut loose, footloose, kick off the Sunday shoes
Ooh-wee Marie shake it, shake it for me
Woah, Milo come on, come on let's go
Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose

You got to turn me around and put your
Feet on the ground, now take the hold of all
Ah ah ah ah ah
I'm turning you loose

Footloose, kick off the Sunday shoes
Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees
Jack, get back, come on before we crack
Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose (footloose)

Footloose, kick off the Sunday shoes
Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees
Jack, get back, come on before we crack
Lose your blues,
Everybody cut, everybody cut
Everybody cut, everybody cut
Everybody cut, everybody cut
Everybody cut, everybody cut footloose

Footloose Song Lyrics Video

Credit:

Lyricist : Kenny Loggins,
Singer : Kenny Loggins,
Music Director : Kenny Loggins,

For more Beautiful Song Lyrics

Info:

This is Footloose Song Lyrics Kenny Loggins. It was released in January 1984 as the title song to the 1984 film of the same name. The song is highly recognized and is Loggins' most popular song. It spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also reached number one on the UK Singles Chart, and number three on the ARIA Charts. 

In 2011, the song was voted as "The Best Song to Get You on the Dance Floor" by AOL Radio. The song was written by Loggins and Dean Pitchford and was released as a 12" single, backed with "I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)", and as a 7" single backed with "Let's Hear It for the Boy". It is also available on the soundtrack album for the film.