CLARENDON, Ark. (KTHV) – The videos just keep coming and coming. And we’re loving it! This one is from good ole’ Monroe County.

Officer Derrick Times with the Clarendon Police Department busts out some serious dance moves in his video.

Officer Times is lip-syncing to the song, “Body Like a Back Road” by Sam Hunt. Officer Times is calling out the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department to challenge his lip-sync video.

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The lyrics to ‘Body Like a Back Road’ are below:

“Got a girl from the south side, got braids in her hair

First time I seen her walk by, man I 'bout fell off my chair

Had to get her number, it took me like six weeks

Now me and her go way back like Cadillac seats

Body like a back road, drivin' with my eyes closed

I know every curve like the back of my hand

Doin' 15 in a 30, I ain't in no hurry

I'mma take it slow just as fast as I can

The way she fit in them blue jeans, she don't need no belt

But I can turn them inside out, I don't need no help

Got hips like honey, so thick and so sweet

It ain't no curves like hers on them downtown streets

Body like a back road, drivin' with my eyes closed

I know every curve like the back of my hand

Doin' 15 in a 30, I ain't in no hurry

I'mma take it slow just as fast as I can

We're out here in the boondocks

With the breeze and the birds

Tangled up in the tall grass

With my lips on hers

On the highway to heaven

Headed south of her smile

Get there when we get there

Every inch is a mile

Body like a back road, drivin' with my eyes closed

I know every curve like the back of my hand

Doin' 15 in a 30, I ain't in no hurry

I'mma take it slow just as fast as I can

I'mma take it slow

Just as fast as I can

(Body like a back road)

(Drivin' with my eyes closed) Got braids in her hair

(I know every curve like the back of my hand)”