Southern Gentleman

Album: Here's To The Farmer (2016)
  • You looked at me like I was crazy
    When I said mam'm to that little old lady
    You ain't heard talk like that lately
    But I can see, it's got you smilin'

    And you say you still remember
    Our first date me cookin' you dinner
    And how I didn't even try to kiss you at the end of the date
    'Cause I was raised to

    Stand up when you walk in the door
    Spin you around an old hard pine floor
    Rock you baby on a wraparound porch
    Underneath a magnolia blossom

    Walk you down old live oak road
    Barefoot bridge see a sunset show
    Say I love you when I pull you close
    And you know it's true, as the gospel
    Ain't nobody gonna love you better than
    This southern gentleman

    I'm gonna, open up these plantation blinds
    To the sun coming up in your pretty blue eyes
    Tell you you're beautiful a thousand times a day
    'Til your in love with the way that I

    Stand up when you walk in the door
    Spin you around an old hard pine floor
    Rock you baby on a wraparound porch
    Underneath a magnolia blossom

    Walk you down old live oak road
    Barefoot bridge see a sunset show
    Say I love you when I pull you close
    And you know it's true, as the gospel
    Ain't nobody gonna love you better than
    This southern gentleman

    Girl I'm gonna take you on a trip like back in time
    Just put your hand in mine, and won't you

    And won't you come here when you walk in the door
    Let me spin you around this old hard pine floor
    Rock you baby on a wraparound porch
    Underneath a magnolia blossom

    Walk you down old live oak road
    Barefoot bridge see a sunset show
    Say I love you when I pull you close
    And you know it's true, as the gospel
    Ain't nobody gonna love you better than
    Can't nobody gonna love you better than
    This southern gentleman Writer/s: LUKE BRYAN, DALLAS DAVIDSON, Ashley Glenn Gorley
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Ariel from StanfordI think that even when luke goes off the cuff, he still sounds amazing. I wish I had that much talent. I have been a luke bryan fan for going on 11 years now and I will always be a luke bryan fan. He's actually the one who inspired the boots I wear. I bought some basic black boots, got some turquoise stones and leather straps, and hot glued them to the boots to make them look more feminine. They are practically falling apart, but since they were inspired by luke, I'm never getting rid of them. Even if I can no longer wear them. That's how much I love luke. And he truly is a southern gentleman.
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