Real Good Time, Aaron Carter- Lyrics

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Real Good Time, Aaron Carter- Lyrics

[Talking:]
Sometime, someplace
Everybody has words
Fallin’ out, and making up
Uh-huh

[Chorus]
Maybe I laugh, maybe I cry
Maybe I scream, maybe I sigh
Baby I feel, the feeling is real
Maybe I curse, maybe I squeal

But I enjoy, making some noise
Foolin’ around, adjusting to the sound
You and I get, everything’s set
Be sure you know how to have a real good time

(Yeah, yeah)
1, 2, 3, 4

You and I are not to blame
Sometimes we just go insane
You and I have much to give
Everything is relative
When we have our darker days
We just go our seperate ways
You and I are not to blame
Sometimes we just go insane

[Chorus]

Sometimes baby in your eyes
Love is truely justified
When I hear you tellin’ lies
I just wanna terorize
Making up is oh so good
Yeah we rock the neighbourhood
You and I are not to blame
Sometimes we just go insane

[Chorus]

(la la la la la la la)

[Chorus]

Lyrical Diary-Real Good Time, Aaron Carter- Lyrics

Real Good Time, Aaron Carter- Lyrics. Writer(s): Olafsdottir Alda Bjork, Whittaker Malcolm John Walden. album: “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)” (2000)

Real Good Time is a song by American singer-songwriter Aaron Carter. The song was released on September 3, 2018, as the lead single from Carter’s eighth studio album, Armageddon (2018).
The song was written by Carter and produced by Stargate. “Real Good Time” is a dance-pop and electro-R&B song that features lyrics about partying and enjoying life.

Real Good Time is a single by American singer Aaron Carter. The song was released on October 12, 2009, as the third and final single from his fourth studio album, Aaron’s Party (2009). The song featured American rapper Ludacris and was produced by The Neptunes.
The song is about partying and enjoying life to the fullest. It has been described as an anthem for young people who are living their lives to the fullest without worrying about their future.

Lyrical Diary-

Lyrical Diary-

Enjoy reading lyrics and trying to do them more than just lyrics, trying to have some more me. I enjoy doing this because it allows me to express myself in a unique way that not everyone can do. It also gives me a chance to learn new things, which I appreciate.

Lyrics are a way to communicate emotions, and they can be used to entertain or provoke an emotional response in the listener. Therefore, lyricists need to use complex academic jargon to evoke a strong emotional response. They can create a connection with their listener and hopefully evoke a feeling of enjoyment or pleasure.