You Do the Math

Album: American Saturday Night (2009)
  • With seven billion people in this world
    I can't believe your still a single girl
    I bet you're thinking you're better off on your own
    But the best things in life,
    Just can't be done alone

    It takes two to make love baby
    I'm sure of that,
    I'm one, you're one
    You do the math

    Being single has been kinda fun
    But I can see you with me ridin' shotgun
    I'll take you baby anywhere you wanna go
    And together we can have more fun than we can have alone

    It takes two to make love baby
    I'm sure of that
    I'm one, you're one
    You do the math

    I ain't never been a number's guy, but sure enough
    I look into your eyes and all adds up

    It takes two to make love baby
    I'm sure of that
    I'm one, you're one
    You do the math

    I'm one, you're one
    You do the math Writer/s: BRAD PAISLEY, ROBERT ARTHUR, TIM OWENS
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group, AMPLIFIED ADMINISTRATION
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