Somethin' I'm Good At

Album: Brett Eldredge (2017)
  • I'm a real bad liar, I'm a burnt toast kinda guy
    Or if I try to build a fire I'll burn the woods
    I ain't a mover or a shaker, can't keep up with the pacer
    Never met a dancefloor that ever did me any good

    I can't change the world, no I can't change a flat
    If you give me your heart, girl, well, you may never get it back
    You said you'd never smile again, but oh no, here it comes
    Would you look at that?
    I finally found somethin' I'm good at

    I got a poor sense of direction, sometimes too strong of affection
    For a whiskey made in Lynchburg, Tennessee
    If there's a hole in my boat son, you bet that's all she wrote
    I'm a Titanic sinking down into that deep blue sea

    I can't change the world, no I can't change a flat
    If you give me your heart, girl, well, you may never get it back
    You said you'd never smile again, but oh no, here it comes
    Would you look at that?
    I finally found somethin' I'm good at

    Damn you're looker
    You're the cane and the sugar
    Jiffy Pop in the cooker
    You're the author of the book
    That I'm reading
    You're the moon, you're the sky
    You're the apple of my eye
    Make me laugh till I cry
    Till I think I'm gonna die
    Turn me upside down
    Spin me around
    Spend all money on you all over this town

    I can't change the world, no I can't change a flat
    If you give me your heart, girl, well, you may never get it back
    You said you'd never smile again, but oh no, here it comes
    Would you look at that? (would you look at that?)
    I finally found somethin' I'm really good at
    You thought it was over

    Oh my mine
    I'm such a lucky guy
    You got me tongue tied
    Like Jekyll & Hyde
    I'm coming undone
    I'm born to run
    I got my shades on
    Here comes the sun
    All cotton pickin'
    My tick tocks tickin'
    I love I'm stricken'
    I'm flip flop flippin'
    I'm 'bout to cuss
    Son of a bus
    I can't stop singin'
    I'm havin' way too much fun

    I can't change the world, no I can't change a flat
    If you give me your heart, girl, well, you may never get it back
    You said you'd never smile again, but oh no, here it comes
    Would you look at that?
    I finally found somethin' I'm so good at
    Hahaha, cut Writer/s: TOM DOUGLAS, BRETT ELDREDGE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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