Perfect

Album: Southern Style (2015)
  • You didn't see me walkin' in
    You were lookin' in the mirror and
    You looked perfect
    Hadn't put on your makeup yet
    You were sayin', how your hair's a mess
    But you looked perfect

    You don't see what I see when I look at you girl
    You don't know how beautiful you are
    You're never ready and you need more time
    You say your jeans never fit you right
    But your eyes and your shy little smile and your own kinda style
    It's so perfect

    I hear you singin' to the radio
    Sometimes you miss a couple high notes
    But it sounds perfect
    And when we go out and
    Everywhere's too crowded
    And we just end up drivin' around
    Oh baby, it's still perfect

    No, you don't see what I see when I look at you girl
    You don't know how beautiful you are
    You're never ready and you need more time
    You say your dress never fits you right
    But your eyes and your shy little smile and your own special style
    It's so perfect

    Your touch and your kiss and your skin and your lips
    And your name, yeah
    All the little imperfections you wish you could change
    Yeah every little everything

    You don't see what I see when I look at you girl
    You don't know how beautiful you are
    You're never ready and you need more time
    You say nothing ever fit you right
    But your eyes and your shy little smile and your own kinda style, yeah
    And your touch and your kiss and your skin, they all drive me wild
    You're perfect, perfect
    All so perfect, yeah
    Perfect, perfect
    Oh you're perfect, yeah Writer/s: ASHLEY GORLEY, RHETT AKINS, DARIUS C. RUCKER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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