Us Then lyrics

Zach Bryan

One, two, three, four

Well the buildings out in Brooklyn are taller than the clouds
And I don't like who I am Sunday morning comin' down
Tequila out in Texas is tougher on the tongue
Than the devil that I met in Oklahoma when I's young

I miss that old ball cap you stole from me
Out in the woods around a fire in Eastern Tennessee
And the beatin' that I got from those boys in Baton Rouge
Was nothin' like the beatin' that I got from lovin' you

Take me back to us then
Where the times told true
And the sun does shine on a lawn chair holdin' you
Take me back to us then
Where there's a warm warm light
Radiatin' off a cheap smile
Oh my, I could die tonight

That creek we jumped in while you shakin' cold
I never thought such heat would grow dry and old
Take's blood and guts just to get to where we were
Put on your dancin' shoes I'll be him and you be her

Take me back to us then
Where the times told true
And the sun does shine on a lawn chair holdin' you
Take me back to us then
Where there's a warm warm light
Radiatin' off a cheap smile
Oh my, I could die tonight

So take me back to us then
There's a warm warm light
Radiatin' off a cheap smile
Oh my, I could die tonight