Don't Wanna Go To Bed Now
Lyrics Gabriella Cilmi

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I know you'll think it's right
If you see inside my mind
It's summer everyday
And it's music through the night
I know you'd think it's fine
If you free your state of mind
Some might say it's strange
But the bullets worth a bite

Ooh waiting, waiting baby
Ooh waiting, waiting baby

And I
I don't wanna go to bed now
I wanna be indiscreet
I don't wanna got to bed now
Bed now, not now, no
And I
I don't wanna have to beg now
That's sellin' my soul too cheap
I don't wanna go to bed now
Bed now, not now, no

I feel it in my feet
And I feel it in my bones
My heels dug in so deep
Need a truck to drag me home
I know you feel it too
Through the faces in the crowd
It's only me and you
And some good stuff going down

Ooh waiting, waiting baby
Ooh waiting, waiting baby

You look good, look good
You're good looking yeah
You look good, good, good
You're good looking yeah
You look good, look good
You're good looking yeah
You look good, good, good
You're good looking yeah

And I
I don't wanna go to bed now
I wanna be indiscreet
I don't wanna got to bed now
Bed now not now no
And I
I don't wanna have to beg now
That's sellin' my soul too cheap
I don't wanna go to bed now
Bed now, not now, no

You look good, look good
You're good looking yeah
You look good, good, good
You're good looking yeah
You look good, look good
You're good looking yeah
You look good, good, good
You're good looking yeah

Song facts

"Don't Wanna Go to Bed Now" is a song by Australian singer–songwriter Gabriella Cilmi from her debut album, Lessons to Be Learned (2008). Written by Cilmi, Nick Coler, Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins, Tim Powell, and Shawn Lee, the track was released as the album's second Australian single on 21 July 2008. It debuted at number thirty-one on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart the week of 28 July 2008. Despite only attaining a peak position of number twenty-eight, "Don't Wanna Go to Bed Now" became Australia's twenty-fourth best-selling single of 2008 by a native artist. The song appears on the soundtrack to the Australian crime television series City Homicide.

In the music video Cilmi is seen partying all night holding and popping balloons, while singing in different rooms and outfits.

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