“Good as You” is a song recorded by American country music singer Kane Brown. It is the second single to his second major-label album Experiment. Brown wrote the song with… Read More 




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See the way you're taking care of your MamaThe way you’re taking care of meThe way you light up any room, girlYou're what this world should beTomorrow, tonight, the rest of my lifeI wanna be the man you want me to beSo startin' right now, girl, tell me everything you needI just wanna wake up everyday here in this bedNever leave "I love you" left unsaidIt might take a hundred lifetimes to doBut baby, I just wanna be good as youGirl, you’re more than just the surfaceYeah, you got that heart of goldSo when it comes to loving you, babeNo, it will never get oldTomorrow, tonight, the rest of my lifeI wanna be the man you want me to beSo startin' right now, girl, tell me everything you need
I just wanna wake up everyday here in this bedNever leave "I love you" left unsaidIt might take a hundred lifetimes to doBut baby, I just wanna be good as youGood as you, babyI just wanna wake up everyday here in this bedNever leave "I love you" left unsaidIn my take a hundred lifetimes to doBut baby, I just wanna be good as youI just wanna wake up everyday here in this bed (Yeah with you baby)Never leave "I love you left" unsaidIt might take a hundred lifetimes to doBut baby, I just wanna be good as youBaby, I just wanna be good as you
“Good as You” is a song recorded by American country music singer Kane Brown. It is the second single to his second major-label album Experiment. Brown wrote the song with Brock Berryhill, Shy Carter, Taylor Phillips, and Will Weatherly. Dann Huff produced the song.

Brown wrote the song with Shy Carter, Taylor Phillips, and Will Weatherly. He said that the song’s idea came when Carter began performing on a ukulele, and then Phillips provided the lyric “Girl, I want to be good as you.” The song features banjo and electric guitar, and its lyrical theme is a love ballad to his wife, Katelynn.


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