Little Moments

Album: Mud on the Tires (2003)
Charted: 35
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  • Well, I'll never forget the first time that I heard
    That pretty mouth say that dirty word
    And I can't even remember now
    What she backed my truck into
    But she covered her mouth and her face got red
    And she just looked so darn cute
    That I couldn't even act like I was mad
    Yeah, I live for little moments like that

    Well, that's Like just last year on my birthday
    She lost all track a time and burnt the cake
    And every smoke detector in the house was goin' off
    And she was just about to cry until I took her in my arms
    And I tried not to let her see me laugh
    Yeah, I live for little moments like that

    I know she's not perfect
    But she tries so hard for me
    And I thank God that she isn't
    'Cause how boring would that be
    It's the little imperfections
    It's a sudden change in plans
    When she misreads the directions
    And we're lost but holding hands
    Yeah, I live for little moments like that

    When she's layin' on my shoulder
    On the sofa in the dark
    And about the time she falls asleep
    So does my right arm
    And I want so bad to move it
    'Cause it's tinglin' and it's numb
    But she looks so much like an angel
    That I don't wanna wake her up
    Yeah, I live for little moments
    When she steals my heart again and doesn't even know it
    Yeah, I live for little moments like that Writer/s: Brad Paisley, Chris Dubois
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group
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  • Gwabaisi Bonny from Kampala UgandaBrad is really a wonderful country singer.!!
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