Kane Brown Work

They say “Don’t go to bed angry”

They say “Always kiss goodnight”

Maybe there’s something to it

I don’t know, but what if they’re right?

If we’re gonna be forever

If it’s gonna be just us

If we’re gonna ride together

Turn to the one

Gotta make it work

I’m not saying it’s easy

Sometimes we get hurt

I promise I ain’t leaving, yeah

It’s gonna be a couple fights

Just to see who’s wrong or right

If it’s love we both know what it’s gonna take

Work

Yeah, we can make it work

I’ve seen the things that did happen

One side self destructs

I’ve seen the beautiful madness

When things erupt

Gotta make it work

I’m not saying it’s easy

Sometimes we get hurt

I promise I ain’t leaving, yeah

It’s gonna be a couple fights

Just to see who’s wrong or right

If it’s love we both know what it’s gonna take

Work

Yeah, it’s gonna take work

Can’t always be there for you

Can’t always be by your side

But I promise that I’m gon’ love you

‘Til the day I die

Until the day I die

Gotta make it work

I’m not saying it’s easy

Sometimes we get hurt

I promise I ain’t leaving, yeah

It’s gonna be a couple fights

Just to see who’s wrong or right

If it’s love we both know what it’s gonna take

Work

Yeah, we can make it work

Kane Brown Lost More Than I Found

Driving down back roads, skippin’ down traffic

And flippin’ thru the radio, all I get is static

I don’t mind the quiet, I guess I kind of like it

Better than nothing at all, than the sound of us cryin’

You said you didnt mean it but it’s still in my head

I learned it’s no easier, to forgive and forget

We thought it was forever, look at us now

Well I tried, and I lost more than I found

Sitting by the window, waiting for your headlights

Been two damn days since you said goodbye

I was feeling lonely, feeling like I made a mistake

Though I never I’d never forgive myself for your heart break

I said I didn’t mean it but it’s still in your head

I’ve learned it’s no easier, to forgive and forget

We thought it was forever, look at us now

Well I tried, and I lost more than I found

Baby, you can’t explain

No don’t say anything

No, it’s too late

You said you didn’t mean it, I said I didn’t mean it

I learned it’s no easier, to forgive and forget

We thought it was forever, look at us now

Well I tried and I lost

Well I tried and I lost more than I found

Kane Brown Learning

When I was six years old, I kinda wet the bed

My stepdad came in and nearly beat me to death

All bruised and broken, I was lonely and scared

My mom, she was working, there was nobody there

My nana showed up, she was super protective

Had a tear in her eye, she saw how I was neglected

The crazy part about it, she’s a straight-up detective

But you never would’ve guessed, how she’d cook you a breakfast

Three weeks later, she had him locked in a cell

Now I’m seven years old with a story to tell

Sing it

I’m gonna let it go

Forgiveness is something we gotta know

‘Cause if you hold on forever, it’ll hurt your soul

That’s why I’m learning how to let it go

That’s why I’m learning how to let it go

Now middle school’s here, a new chapter in life

New stepdad, too, made my mama his wife

Got new problems now, like tryna fit in

Getting looked down on just because of your skin

It’s bad enough, I can’t afford them clothes

Got high water’s on with holes in my sole

Now, that’s the type of stuff to put a hole in your soul

I’m gonna let it go

Forgiveness is something we gotta know

‘Cause if you hold on forever, it’ll hurt your soul

That’s why I’m learning how to let it go

That’s why I’m learning how to let it go

I’m grown up now, I learned enough for a song

Still got some friends, but most of ’em gone

Overdoses or killed by a gun

Breaking into houses, life on the run

Did it for his kid, now he won’t be around

Guess the little one’s gonna be just like me now

If you’re carrying the bitterness around on your shoulders

Then just remember what I told you

Sing it

I’m gonna let it go

Forgiveness is something we gotta know

‘Cause if you hold on forever, it’ll hurt your soul

That’s why I’m learning how to let it go

That’s why I’m learning how to let it go

I’m learning how to let it go

Kane Brown What Ifs

You say what if I hurt you, what if I leave you

What if I find somebody else and I don’t need you

What if this goes south, what if I mess you up

You say what if I break your heart in two then what

Well I hear you girl, I feel you girl but not so fast

Before you make your mind up I gotta ask

What if I was made for you and you were made for me

What if this is it, what if it’s meant to be

What if I ain’t one of them fools just playin’ some game

What if I just pulled you close, what if I leaned in

And the stars line up and it’s our last first kiss

What if one of these days baby I’d go and change your name

What if I loved all these what ifs away

What if the sky falls (sky falls) or the sun stops burnin’

We could worry about them what ifs ’til the world stops turnin’

Or I could kiss you (you should kiss me), what if you liked it (bet I’d like it)

Well we ain’t never gonna know unless we try it

What if I was made for you and you were made for me

What if this is it, what if it’s meant to be

What if I ain’t one of them fools just playin’ some game

What if I just pulled you close, what if I leaned in

And the stars line up and it’s our last first kiss

What if one of these days baby I’d go and change your name

What if I loved all these what ifs away

Awe yea

C’mon

You say what if I hurt you, what if I leave you

What if I find somebody else and I don’t need you

Damn

What if I was made for you and you were made for me

What if this is it, what if it’s meant to be

What if I ain’t one of them fools just playin’ some game

What if I just pulled you close, what if I leaned in

And the stars line up and it’s our last first kiss

What if one of these days baby I’d go and change your name

What if I loved all these what ifs away

Away (away)

What if?

Kane Brown Comeback

Six months passed since we both said goodbye

Never thought I’d run into you here tonight

And I can’t ever think your smile’s the same as it was back when I saw you every day

I probably shouldn’t say it

What I’m about to say

We could make a comeback if you come back

We were on top of the world people wanted what we had

We could have it again don’t you know that

We could make a comeback if you come back

You haven’t stopped me yet so I guess I’ll keep going on

Oh, and I haven’t even deleted your number from my phone

I’ve been wanting to call you every single day but I couldn’t think how to rephrase everything

So just tell me, babe

If you feel the same way

We could make a comeback if you come back

We were on top of the world people wanted what we had

We could have it again don’t you know that

We could make a comeback if you come back

We could make a comeback if you just come back

We could make a comeback if you come back

We were on top of the world people wanted what we had

We could have it again don’t you know that

We could make a comeback if you come back

Six months passed since we both said goodbye

Kane Brown My Where I Come From

There’s a few more churches than there are bars

A hell of a lot more trucks than there are cars

If the sun still hangin’ in the sky

Work day still ain’t done

Where I come from

You bow your head and pray before you eat

There ain’t a single stranger on the street

There’s a lot of nowhere towns out there

But for me there’s only one

Where I come from

So if I just won’t turn down, on a Saturday night

And if I never learn how, back down from a fight

And if I take my hat off for the stars and the stripes

And if I just can’t seem to shut it down

That’s just my, where I come from coming out

When I shake your hand I’mma look you in the eye

And if I’m wrong, I’ll apologize

I’m still trying to live by, couple things that I’ve picked up

Where I come from

So if I like my music just a little too loud

And I got a couple tattoos to show my Georgia proud

And if what’s on my mind is what’s coming out my mouth

And if I just can’t seem to shut it down

That’s just my, where I come from coming out

Got a lot of good, got a little bit of bad from you

Maybe what I am got everything I have from ya

So if I just won’t turn down, on a Saturday night

And if I never learn how, back down from a fight

And if I take my hat off for the stars and the stripes

And if I just can’t seem to shut it down

That’s just my, where I come from coming out

Where I come from coming out

Kane Brown Short Skirt Weather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Yeah, she make me wish summer would just go on forever

From them yellow polka dots, from blue jeans and leather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

C’mon now

Hooo

We’ll be walkin’ down the boardwalk

Watchin’ them jaws drop

But ain’t nobody lookin’ at me

They’re all too busy starin’

At what she ain’t wearin’

Can you blame her? It’s a hundred degrees

Yeah, all them girls are jealous

‘Cause they know why the fellas

Are watchin’ her put on a show

Hey, every time they see her

They all just wanna be her

Makin’ country boys hearts explode

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Yeah, she make me wish summer would just go on forever

From them yellow polka dots, blue jeans and leather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Oh, my my

C’mon now

She get it from her mama

Back in Tullahoma

Small town Tennessee

She wasn’t made for drama

But like Nascar and Daytona

Yeah, that girl was made for me

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Yeah, she make me wish summer would just go on forever

From them yellow polka dots and blue jeans and leather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Woooo

Play that thang

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Yeah, she make me wish summer would just go on forever

From them yellow polka dots, blue jeans and leather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Yeah, she make me wish summer would just go on forever

From them yellow polka dots and blue jeans and leather

Yeah, my girl was made for short skirt weather

Yellow polka dots, blue jeans and leather

Oh, my baby’s made for short skirt weather

Kane Brown Homesick

Dancing in the kitchen

You singing my favorite songs

Swinging on the front porch

Just laughing at the dogs

Now you swear you love me more

When you’re whispering goodnight

All those little moments

Are every reason why

I’m homesick

This feeling that I’m feeling no we don’t quit

It’s like half of me is missing, heaven knows it

That all I wanna do is be alone with

Your brown eyes all tangled up just holding

Onto you tonight until the morning

Baby, that’s the damn truth

If home is where the heart is I’m homesick for you

Well it says Kane Brown on a sign with a line out the door

Sold out some little town I’ve never been before

Yeah, they’re screaming my name

This is what we dreamed about

But out here singing ’bout you baby

All I’m thinking ’bout is how I’m homesick

This feeling that I’m feeling no it don’t quit

It’s like half of me is missing, heaven knows it

That all I wanna do is be alone with

Your brown eyes all tangled up just holding

Onto you tonight until the morning

Baby, that’s the damn truth

If home is where the heart is

I’m homesick for you

Homesick for you, yeah yeah

I’m homesick

This feeling that I’m feeling no it don’t quit

It’s like half of me is missing, heaven knows it

That all I wanna do is be alone with

Your brown eyes all tangled up just holding

Onto you tonight until morning

Baby that’s the damn truth

If home is where the heart is I’m homesick for you

I’m homesick for you, yeah yeah

Kane Brown American Bad Dream

Remember when ninth grade was about getting laid

Skipping class tryin’ not to get caught

Now you gotta take a test in a bullet proof vest

Scared to death that you might get shot

It’s like I just closed my eyes

Everybody started fallin’ for the devil’s disguise

That hides behind the lies, that hides

The truth and I just can’t take it no more

So wake me up

From this American bad dream

Is it this messed up?

Or is it really reality?

I’m becoming numb

To all of this tragedy

Somebody wake me up

From this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

From this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

I remember going 10 over the limit would just get you a ticket

Just an inconvenience gettin’ stopped

Bad cops played the jury made the good ones worry

About showing up and doing their job

It’s like I just closed my eyes

Everybody started fallin’ for the devil’s disguise

That hides behind the lies, that hides

The truth and I just can’t take it no more

So wake me up

From this American bad dream

Is it this messed up?

Or is it really reality?

I’m becoming numb

To all of this tragedy

Somebody wake me up

From this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

Yeah this American bad dream

From this American bad dream

Ooh

It’s like I just closed my eyes

Everybody started fallin’ for the devil’s disguise

Damn

So wake me up

From this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

Is it this messed up?

Or is it really reality?

(Is it really reality?)

I’m becoming numb

To all of this tragedy

Somebody wake me up

From this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

From this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

Wake me up, wake me up

(This American bad dream)

Wake me up from this American bad dream

(This American bad dream)

From this American bad dream

Kane Brown Cold Spot

A cement building

White cinderblocks

And faded red letters

The sign read cold spot

He worked behind the counter

To them he was an old man

When my world was crumbling

My grandpa gave me his hand

It was crickets, minnows and kerosene

RC, moon pies and a softball team

Learned about life

Learned about girls

Learned about livin’ in this cold, cruel world

It’s where you bought your tag for your white-tailed deer

Where the southern baptist bought the most beer

A hole in the wall with holes in the wall

From behind this counter you saw it all

At the cold spot

It was cool in July warm in December

If I live a hundred years

I’ll always remember

The song and the hum of that old ceiling fan

And his north Georgia voice saying, “Buddy you can”

Out here I’m just a kid trying to make a name

I am who I am because he raised Kane selling

Crickets and minnows and kerosene

RC, moon pies and a softball team

Learned about life

Learned about girls

Learned about livin’ in this cold, cruel world

It’s where you bought your tag for your white-tailed deer

Where the southern baptist bought the most beer

A hole in the wall with holes in the wall

From behind this counter you saw it all

At the cold spot

Oh yeah

At the cold spot

It was crickets, minnows and kerosene

RC, moon pies and a softball team

Learned about life

Learned about girls

Learned about livin’ in this cold, cruel world

It was heaven on earth when my world was hell

And the big stores came and the business failed

But all my memories are alive and well

At the cold spot

Oh yeah

At the cold spot

Take me back to the cold spot