Dierks Bentley - 5-1-5-0 lyrics
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5-1-5-0 by Dierks Bentley, Music Lyrics and Video
5-1-5-0 is the third single by American country music singer Dierks Bentley, taken from his sixth release for Capitol Records Nashville, "Home".
The song peaked at #94 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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Dierks Bentley - 5-1-5-0 Lyrics Ever since I met you girl, you been on my brain I can't think of nothing else but you all night and day It's like I got a first class seat up on Ozzy's train It's driving me insane 5-1-5-0, somebody call the po-po I'm goin' crazy, thinkin' 'bout you baby 5-1-5-0, just this side of loco I'm goin' crazy, think I love you baby I gotta get your number girl, I gotta call you up I gotta get you ridin' shotgun in my truck This little bit of you I've got, it ain't good enough Yeah, you got me all messed up 5-1-5-0, somebody call the po-po I'm goin' crazy, thinkin' 'bout you baby 5-1-5-0, just this side of loco I'm goin' crazy, think I love you baby Cause I, ain't never felt like this, no And I, I just need one kiss, from you And I'll be good as new If I don't get some of your sweet lovin' no tellin' what I might do 5-1-5-0, somebody call the po-po Think I'm losin' my mind, girl 5-1-5-0, just this side of loco Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah 5-1-5-0, somebody call the po-po I'm goin' crazy, thinkin' 'bout you baby 5-1-5-0, spinnin' my head like a yo-yo I'm goin' crazy, think I love you baby Song Information Co-writer Jim Beavers told Taste of Country that the idea for "5-1-5-0" came about when he and Bentley were discussing Van Halen's album 5150.Beavers said that he changed the pronunciation from "fifty-one-fifty" to "five-one-five-oh", and rhymed it with "somebody call the po-po" after seeing a police car. The title is a reference to the 5150 "involuntary psychiatric hold" code of the California Welfare and Institutions Code. In it, the narrator sings that his lover is making him "crazy". Released April 9, 2012 Genre Country Length 3:02 Label Capitol Nashville Writers Dierks Bentley, Brett Beavers, Jim Beavers Producer Brett Beavers, Luke Wooten