Fine By Me

Album: Andy Grammer (2011)
Charted: 84
  • You're not the type
    Type of girl to remain
    With the guy, with the guy too shy
    Too afraid to say, he'll give his heart to you forever

    I'm not the boy that will fall to his knees
    With his hands clenched tight
    Begging, begging you please
    To stay with him for worse and for better

    But I'm staring at you now
    There's no one else around
    I'm thinking you're the girl for me

    I'm just saying it's fine by me
    If you never leave
    And we can live like this forever
    It's fine by me

    In the past I would try
    Try hard to commit to a girl
    Wouldn't get too far
    And it always somehow seemed to fall apart

    Who are you, you, you
    I can see what I need
    I can dream realistically
    I knew that this was different from the start

    And it seems that every time
    We're eye to eye
    I can find another piece of you
    That I don't wanna lose

    And I'm staring at you now
    There's no one else around
    I'm thinking you're the girl I need

    I'm just saying it's fine by me
    If you never leave
    And we can live like this forever
    It's fine by me

    I'm just saying it's fine by me
    If you never leave
    And we can live like this forever
    It's fine by me

    And it's never easy
    Darling, believe me
    I'm as skeptical as you

    But when I think of, life without us
    She's like "what we supposed to do?"
    But I don't wanna come on too strong

    I'm just saying it's fine by me
    If you never leave
    We can live like this forever
    It's fine by me

    It's fine by me if you never leave
    And we can live like this forever
    It's fine by me
    I'm just saying it's fine by me
    If we never leave
    And we can live like this forever
    It's fine by me Writer/s: Andrew Grammer, Matthew Radosevich
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CYPMP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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