Trading Time
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Written by: Rocky Lynch, Riker Lynch, Ross Lynch, Ellington Ratliff, Peter Nappi, Ethan Thompson

Produced by: Peter Nappi

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Ooh, girl, I'm tired of these nights, they come and go, yeah
Ooh, love, I wonder what you like and what you know, yeah
I been catching these feelings, side effects of the weekend
We should take it slow

'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night
'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night
Leave the lights on, drain these bottles
It's just us until tomorrow
'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night

Ooh, girl, I think we are all foolish by design, yeah
Ooh, love, I don't intend to get caught up in lies, no
Don't know what I believe in, praise your body, oh Jesus
We can take it slow

'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night
'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night
Leave the lights on, drain these bottles
It's just us until tomorrow
'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night

When you move it like that, I can never go back
When you move it like that
When you move it like that, I can never go back
When you move it like that

'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night
'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night
Leave the lights on, drain these bottles
It's just us until tomorrow
'Cause we're just trading time
You can stay all night
You can stay all night, all night

Song facts

"'Trading Time' is the product of our (Ocean Park Standoff) first meeting. We were actually just hanging out in the studio and this came about. We were flirting with this idea that time is the most valuable currency that we all possess. With the chorus of the song, meaning, I'm giving you my most valuable currency in exchange for yours. It's really a romantic song." - Ross Lynch

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