Good as You

Album: Experiment (2018)
Charted: 36
  • See the way you're taking care of your Mama
    The way you're taking care of me
    The way you light up any room, girl
    You're what this world should be

    Tomorrow, tonight, the rest of my life
    I wanna be the man you want me to be
    So startin' right now, girl, tell me everything you need

    I just wanna wake up everyday here in this bed
    Never leave 'I love you' left unsaid
    It might take a hundred lifetimes to do
    But baby, I just wanna be good as you

    Girl, you're more than just the surface
    Yeah, you got that heart of gold (heart of gold)
    So when it comes to loving you, baby
    No, it will never get old

    Tomorrow, tonight, the rest of my life
    I wanna be the man you want me to be
    So startin' right now, girl, tell me everything you need

    I just wanna wake up everyday here in this bed
    Never leave 'I love you' left unsaid
    It might take a hundred lifetimes to do (lifetimes to do)
    But baby, I just wanna be good as you
    Good as you, baby

    I just wanna wake up everyday here in this bed
    Never leave I love you left unsaid
    It might take a hundred lifetimes to do
    But baby, I just wanna be good as you
    I just wanna wake up everyday here in this bed (here with you, baby)
    Never leave I love you left unsaid (never leave it unsaid)
    It might take a hundred lifetimes to do (a hundred lifetimes to do)
    But baby, I just wanna be good as you
    Baby, I just wanna be good as you Writer/s: Kane Brown, Robert Brock Berryhill, Shy Carter, Taylor Phillips, William Bradfore Weatherly
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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