You Look Good In My Shirt

Album: Golden Road (2002)
Charted: 44
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  • When you walked up behind me and covered my eyes
    And whispered in my ear, guess who
    I rattled off names like I really didn't know
    But all along I knew it was you

    And, the longer we talked, the more we laughed
    And wondered why we didn't last
    It had been a long time, but later last night
    Baby, we caught up real fast

    And maybe it's a little too early
    To know if this is gonna work
    All I know is you're sure looking
    Good in my shirt

    That's right
    You look good in my shirt

    Well now I'm not saying that we solved overnight
    Every way that we went wrong
    Oh, but what I'm seeing I'd sure love seeing
    Every morning from now on

    And maybe it's a little too early
    To know if this is gonna work
    All I know is you're sure looking
    Good in my shirt

    c'mon now
    Aww that's right
    Oh you look so fine

    And maybe it's a little too early
    To know if this is gonna work
    All I know is you're sure looking
    Good in my shirt

    And maybe it's a little too early
    To know if this is gonna work
    All I know is you're sure looking
    Good in my shirt

    You look good in my shirt
    You look good in my shirt Writer/s: Mark Nesler, Tom Shapiro, Tony Martin
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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