Famous

Album: Famous (2018)
Charted: 62
  • Don't get me wrong, it's pretty cool to be on TV
    So all the folks back home can see me
    And that I'm livin' it out
    All the things I used to dream about
    Yeah, it's pretty great, the playin' on a stage
    Proud 'cause there ain't an empty seat in the place
    But, girl, ever since I met you
    I got a whole new perspective

    If I'm gonna be famous for somethin'
    I wanna be famous for lovin' you
    If I'm gonna be known around the world
    I wanna because of you, girl
    Nothin' wrong with the center of attention
    Long as I'm with you, I don't mind the pictures
    If I'm gonna be famous for somethin'
    Girl, I wanna be famous for lovin' you
    Famous for lovin' you

    Yeah, I hope the first question people ask me
    Is "how's your girl and how's your family?"
    I could go on and on and on
    Talkin' 'bout you for days
    You can bet when I hear, "congratulations"
    Want it to be because we made it
    Another five years
    Best thing I got is right here

    If I'm gonna be famous for somethin'
    I wanna be famous for lovin' you
    If I'm gonna be known around the world
    I wanna because of you, girl
    Nothin' wrong with the center of attention
    Long as I'm with you, I don't mind the pictures
    If I'm gonna be famous for somethin'
    Girl, I wanna be famous for lovin' you
    Ooh, famous for lovin' you, ooh

    If I'm gonna be famous for somethin'
    I wanna be famous for lovin' you
    If I'm gonna be known around the world
    I wanna because of you, girl
    And if I'm gonna go down in history
    I hope it's all 'cause of you and me
    If I'm gonna be famous for somethin'
    Girl, I wanna be famous for lovin' you
    Famous for lovin' you
    Famous for lovin' you Writer/s: Corey Crowder, Canaan Smith, Sarah Buxton, Tyler Hubbard
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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