The Good I'll Do

Album: American Heartbreak (2022)
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  • Well, in you
    The good I'll do
    The good I'll do, oh
    The good I'll do

    The way the grass smells at night
    And you've got flames all in your eyes
    As they reflect the sparkler
    And you say we'll never die
    Grab me by the hands
    Just as callused as I am
    Say your proud

    Well, there's blue jeans in the driveway
    And you're walking inside sideways
    The wine always affects you in beautiful kind ways
    Ask me if I'm staying and I say that I'm sleeping on the floor

    Won't you tell me that you need me
    'Cause lately I've been needing someone to remind me
    I'm worth more than just an evening
    I awoke to kitchen smoke, you dancin' like God's moved in you before

    Well, in you
    The good I'll do
    The good I'll do, oh
    The good I'll do

    Well, in you
    I'm new
    I'm new
    Oh, how I'm new

    Well, look in my eyes, I don't wan' to hide
    I've been waiting for you all damn night
    Sundress, I'll undress with nails on your skin, turning white

    Getting high out in Austin
    Drunk in Tennessee
    I don't care where I am
    As long as you're with me
    Those boys downtown talk so much shit when I leave

    Well, in you
    The good I'll do
    The good I'll do, oh
    The good I'll do

    'Cause in you
    I'm new
    I'm new
    Oh, how I'm new

    The way the grass smells at night
    And you've got flames all in your eyes
    As they reflect the sparkler
    And you say we'll never die
    Grabbed me by the hands
    Just as callused as I am
    And say your proud Writer/s: Zachary Lane Bryan
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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