Remember You Young

Album: Center Point Road (2019)
Charted: 53
  • Hey buddies that I grew up with
    All straight laced and married up now
    You ain't foolin' me, wasn't long ago
    We tore the roof off that one red light town

    And hey darling sipping that red wine
    All classy kicked back on the couch
    You smile and I see you shootin' tequila
    Or shuttin' them college bars down

    And no matter how much time goes by
    And no matter how much we grow up
    For worse or for better, from now 'til forever
    I'll always remember you young

    Hey babies crawling on the carpet
    No, you won't be that little for long
    One day you'll move away but you're still gonna stay
    This innocent after you're gone

    'Cause no matter how much time goes by
    And no matter how much you grow up
    For worse or for better, from now 'til forever
    I'll always remember you young

    Whoa, oh, oh
    Whoa, oh, oh
    Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh

    Yeah, I hope when we get to heaven
    He looks at us all like we're kids
    Shameless and painless and perfect and ageless
    Forgives all the wrong that we did

    And no matter how much time goes by
    I hope we never have to grow up
    And He'll say, "For worse or for better, from now 'til forever
    I'll always remember you young"

    Whoa, oh, oh
    I'll always remember you young Writer/s: Ashley Glenn Gorley, Jesse Frasure, Thomas Rhett Jr. Akins
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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