Remember Boys

Album: You Should Be Here (2016)
  • Remember boys, never let a lady open the door
    And be there with a lighter if she wants a smoke
    Remember boys, never let her go to sleep crying
    When she tells you about her dreams you gotta fill 'em up with hope

    'Cause I don't wanna be a one night boy
    And I don't want to be an ain't right boy
    I don't wanna be a had a ball, waited out no call kind of love song boy
    I don't wanna be a regret or the one that she forgets
    I don't wanna be a June 'til September
    I wanna be one those remember boys

    Remember boys, always open her beer first
    And tell her that you love her, even when she makes you mad
    And remember boys, no matter what you make it work
    You want her need and her and fight to keep her
    Let her know you know what you have

    I don't wanna be a one night boy
    And I don't want to be an ain't right boy
    I don't wanna be a had a ball, waited out no call kind of love song boy
    I don't wanna be a regret or the one that she forgets
    I don't wanna be a June 'til September
    I wanna be one those remember boys

    No I don't wanna be a late night boy
    I don't wanna be a heart break boy
    I don't wanna be a can't trust him with your love, kind of loser boy
    I don't wanna be a regret
    Or the one she forgets
    No, I don't wanna be a June 'til September
    I wanna be one those remember boys

    That's right

    I wanna be one of those remember boys Writer/s: BRAD FRANCIS TURSI, ANDREW M DORFF
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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