How To Talk To Girls

Album: So Help Me God (2021)
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  • Yeah, I remember yes or no
    Or how to ask her to prom
    Then it was a pickup line
    Somethin' you'd say inside a bar
    Quick on the draw, good at the game
    But the game just changed
    'Cause I got this ring and I'm on one knee
    And now I'm drawin' a blank

    'Cause this angel hangs on every word I say
    She's gettin' so much more from me than my last name
    Everything and I can't hide it
    She's got me at a loss for words
    I guess I'm still learnin'
    How to talk to girls

    And I remember two pink lines
    Ready or not, she's on her way
    Yeah, she got her momma's eyes
    Well, I hope she don't act like me
    You know they say you pay for your raisin'
    I'm tryin' to raise her
    But what do you say when you can't tell her no?
    Well, I can't even think about down the road

    'Cause this angel hangs on every word I say
    She's gettin' so much more from me than my last name
    Everything just like her momma
    She's got me at a loss for words
    I guess I'm still learnin'
    How to talk to girls

    What about sixteen?
    What about God?
    What about big dreams?
    And oh my God, what about boys? The bad ones
    Will she find out her momma has one?
    Damn

    This angel hangs on every word I say
    She's gettin' so much more from me than my last name
    Everything and just like her momma
    She's got me at a loss for words
    Yeah, I guess I'm still learnin'
    How to talk to girls

    Yeah, I guess I'm still learnin'
    How to talk to girls Writer/s: Brandon Jay Day, Brantley Keith Gilbert, Brian Davis, Chase Mcgill, Josh Michael Phillips, Michael Roach, Robert Brock Berryhill, Taylor Delmar Phillips
    Publisher: OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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