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

Kane Brown Live Forever

Life was just breathin’ in and out

Like a movie with the sound turned down

It felt nothin’ like I feel right now

You said hello and set the room on fire

Like technicolor in a jet black night

Suddenly the skies never been so clear

Hey whatchu doin’ in a thousand years?

If life’s, just, wakin’ up to

Another day of lookin’ at you

If all we get is just to be together

It makes me wanna, live forever

You make me wanna, live forever

You tell yourself that you’ll never grow old

Till you find a hand you were meant to hold

Now I’ll never want to see you one last time

I’ll never wanna know a kiss goodbye

If life’s, just, wakin’ up to

Another day of lookin’ at you

If all we get is just to be together

It makes me wanna, live forever

You make me wanna, live forever

If life’s, just, more the same

Makin’ you smile sayin’ your name

If all we get is just to be together

You make me wanna, live forever

If life’s, just, wakin’ up to

Another day of lookin’ at you

If all we get is just to be together

It makes me wanna, live forever

You make me wanna, live forever

You make me wanna, live forever

(You make me wanna)

Live forever

Kane Brown Thunder In The Rain

Your lips, your eyes, don’t wanna let go

Your skin on mine, I’m losing control

Hear the rumble in your chest

Feel the wind comin’ off your breath

Your curves ain’t slow me down

Ain’t nothin’ gonna stop us now

You’re fire, I’m lightnin’

We’re burnin’ at the core

Fallin’ and crashin’

Girl, we’re a perfect storm

Every time our hearts collide

I can feel our love come alive

It’s insane, baby

We’re like thunder in the rain

Twisted, tangled like a hurricane

We shake these walls like an earthquake

Hear the rumble in your chest

Feel the wind comin’ off your breath

The way you’re callin’ out my name

Makes me hard to contain

You’re fire, I’m lightnin’

We’re burnin’ at the core

Fallin’ and crashin’

Girl, we’re a perfect storm

Every time our hearts collide

I can feel our love come alive

It’s insane, baby

We’re like thunder in the rain

We’re like thunder in the rain

You’re fire, I’m lightnin’

We’re burnin’ at the core

Fallin’ and crashin’

Girl, we’re a perfect storm

You’re fire, I’m lightnin’

We’re burnin’ at the core

Fallin’ and crashin’

Girl, we’re a perfect storm

Every time our hearts collide

I can feel our love come alive

It’s insane, baby

We’re like thunder in the rain

We’re like thunder in the rain

Kane Brown Excuses

Always stayin’ out late, get off at 8

But you come to door at 3

Name on your phone says caller unknown

But girl you ain’t foolin’ me

I can see it in your eyes and all the shh you hide

All your excuses, they’re always in the way

Do you think that I’m stupid, make a new one everyday

But you can’t lie, girl I ain’t blind

If love is just a game you play, well then you’re losin’

Stupid excuses

Say you’re out with your friends, try to pretend

Like I don’t know what you’re doing

It’s funny to me, the joke is on you

And girl I see through it

All your excuses, they’re always in the way

Do you think that I’m stupid, make a new one everyday

But you can’t lie, girl I ain’t blind

If love is just a game you play, well then you’re losin’

Stupid excuses

All your excuses, they’re always in the way

Do you think that I’m stupid

Girl you ain’t foolin’ me

All your excuses, they’re always in the way

Do you think that I’m stupid, make a new one everyday

But you can’t lie, girl I ain’t blind

If love is just a game you play, well then you’re losin’

Stupid excuses

Kane Brown Hometown

Oh, Mr. Jackson cuts his grass after church on his tractor only after listening to the country countdown

He remembers all the 3 cord sessions, giving lessons, never guessing, we go from dive bars to sold out

He just smiles, can’t help but grin when he turns that dial on the FM

Here’s an old friend, he can’t believe it

Ain’t that what it’s all about, what it’s all about, yeah

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Make them turn it up loud, roll them windows down

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Gonna give them that sound, everybody’s talking about

We’re still that same old, same old southern boys

Still got that same old, same old southern voice

We’re singing now

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Make my hometown proud, make my hometown proud

All the whining through the years, all the grinding of the gears, all the passion and the tears, man it paid off

All the places that we see, all the people that we meet, it still feels like a dream that we’re living off

It ain’t the lights and fame, it ain’t the smoking flame

It’s that sweet artist smile on my mama’s face

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Make them turn it up loud, roll them windows down

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Gonna give them that sound, everybody’s talking about

We’re still that same old, same old southern boys

Still got that same old, same old southern voice

We’re singing now

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Make my hometown proud, make my hometown proud

In every song, every way

In every move I’ve ever made

That’s right, North West Georgia, where you all at?

In every song, every way

In every move I’ve ever made

Chattanooga, Tennessee, turn it up

Come on

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Make them turn it up loud, roll them windows down

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Gonna give them that sound, everybody’s talking about

We’re still that same old, same old southern boys

Still got that same old, same old southern voice

We’re singing now

All I wanna do is make my hometown proud

Make my hometown proud, make my hometown proud

Oh, Mr. Jackson cuts his grass after church on his tractor only after listening to the country countdown

Kane Brown Don’t Go City On Me

I remember you in that jacked up Jeep

Hair blowing, sipping Mickey D’s sweet tea

Cheap sunglasses and paisley boots

Long tan legs and those daisy dukes

Stopping for every single yard sale sign

What I wouldn’t give to do that one more time

[Chorus:]

Don’t go city on me

Please girl, keep it country

Life’s so different since you crossed those tracks

Bring that pretty little accent back

Don’t go city on me

Come on keep it country

With your fancy bling and your Miss Me jeans

The girl I knew wouldn’t need those things

Don’t go city on…

Don’t go city on me

Never knew what city lights looked like

In the bed of a truck

On a summer night sky

Traffic jams on a gravel road

Don’t you miss our old blue oak

Climb up on that rock and you held my hand

So I’m going to say this once again

[Chorus]

You threw me back in, gave me one last kiss

Said girl it don’t have to end like this

[Chorus]

Don’t go, baby

Don’t go, no

Don’t go city on me

Don’t go, keep it country