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Two Step Lyrics By Laura Bell Bundy Songs Album: Another Piece of Me Year: 2013 I'm gonna wear what I want to cause I want to I don't need no man I'm gonn

Laura Bell Bundy - Two Step
Laura Bell Bundy - Two Step


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Album: Another Piece of Me
Released: 2013

Two Step Lyrics


I'm gonna wear what I want to cause I want to
I don't need no man
I'm gonna drink what I want to cause I want to
Just because I can
I'm gonna spend my money cause it's mine
Shot of SoCo and lime
Cause it's girls night out

I'm gonna do my Two Step, do my, do my two step, step tonight
I'm doing my two step, watch where you step
Put you two steps behind
Hard to get but you want me ride that donkey
Straight to the back of the line
Gonna do my two step, do my, do my two step

Are you gonna sit there and think or buy me a drink, boy?
What's your plan?
All my girls with me, you like what you see
Oh baby this is your last chance
You've been watching since the moment we walked in
So while your boys are busy be talkin'

I'm gonna do my two step, do my, do my two step, step tonight
I'm doing my two step, watch where you step
Put you two steps behind
Hard to get but you want me ride that donkey
Straight to the back of the line
Gonna do my two step, do my, do my two step

Now slide, slide, two steps
Slide, slide, two steps
Work it out, work it out
Grind, grind, grind, switch
Slide, slide, two steps
Slide, slide, two steps
Work it out, work it out
Grind, grind, grind, switch

I'm gonna rock my cowboy hat and pink stilettos
We're gonna stomp and kick until they make us all go home
You wanna see if a little country girl can get down
Let me show you how

Hey little lady, maybe you and me
Could possibly get together for a shot of Jack D
And take a little spinner by the dance floor
Tell me do you want more
All you gotta do is just say so
I can line dance, baby, I can buck dance
Take you down a dirt road, back of the truck dance
Cause Laura Bell you hell on the heart
Good Lord you're gonna tear this country boy apart

I'm gonna do my two step, do my, do my two step, step tonight
I'm doing my two step, watch where you step
Put you two steps behind
Hard to get but you want me ride that donkey
Straight to the back of the line
Gonna do my two step, do my, do my two step

I'm gonna do my two step, do my, do my two step, step tonight
I'm doing my two step, watch where you step
Put you two steps behind
Hard to get but you want me ride that donkey
Straight to the back of the line
Gonna do my two step, do my, do my, do my two step

Writer/s: BUNDY, LAURA / DAVIS, ANDY / KOTARA, LANCE / RAY, BRYAN / WORDSWORTH MCINNIS, ADAM
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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Two Step
  • This was the first single to be released by singer and actress Laura Bell Bundy after signing with Big Machine Records. The song melds country and dance music. She told Billboard magazine: "It was essentially a dance track - a country song written over a dance track, so it has the groove. Then, we wrote the structure of the country song over the acoustic instruments. The point was it's two-step, but not your traditional two-step. So, it's not the kind of two step where you have to wait for someone to ask you to do it. Typically, a girl will sit around and the only way she'll two step is if a guy asks her, if he gets up the nerve. This way, they don't have to feel embarrassed and can just get out there."
  • The country and western two-step, often called the "Texas two-step," is a dance usually performed to country music. Bundy told Billboard that her goal on this song was also to bring the two-step into the 2010s. "I wanted to put a more modern spin it," she said. "There's a lot of 'Teach Me How to Dougie,' 'The Cupid Slide,' or the 'Wobble,' and a lot of dance things going on in the clubs."
  • The song features a cameo from frequent collaborator Colt Ford. Bundy told Billboard that she has nothing but praise for the American country-rap artist. "Colt is awesome," she said. "We became friends, and met out on the road, and exchanged information. I had just completed doing the demo of 'Two Step.' I said I had this song, and I need a rap on it. It really lends itself to having that. So, I sent it to him, and he went into his home studio, did the rap, and sent it back. Then, I asked him to be in the video. He's just awesome."
  • In our interview with Colt Ford, we asked why he didn't do the two-step in this song. Said Ford: "I dance pretty good for a big ol' boy, but I'm not a choreography kind of guy. I like to do my own thing."

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