US AGAINST THE WORLD Lyrics – ZAC BROWN BAND

I remember driving my S-10 truck
Sometimes I wish I had it back
That butterfly feeling just picking you up
I wish I had it back

Your mama didn’t like my six-string dreams
Said, “You can do better than a wreck me like me”

We used to have that young and dumb
Can’t get enough kinda love
We used to light the small-town dark
With the kind of spark that forged our hearts
Back when I was just a boy and you were just my girl
Yeah, back when it was us against the world

I remember selling my dad’s guitar that spring
Damn I wish I had it back
And that feeling giving you that pawnshop ring
I wish I had it back

No money, no plans, just gasoline dreams
Yeah, ride or die lovers don’t care what they think

We used to have that young and dumb
Can’t get enough kinda love
We used to light the small-town dark
With the kind of spark that forged our hearts
Back when I was just a boy and you were just my girl
Yeah, back when it was us against the world
We didn’t know any better
Nothing else even mattered
Yeah, we held hands and walked through fire together

We used to have that young and dumb
Can’t get enough kinda love
We used to light the small-town dark
With the kind of spark that forged our hearts
Back when I was just a boy and you were just my girl
Yeah, back when it was us against the world
(Whoa, whoa)
Us against the world
(Whoa, whoa)
Oh, yeah

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Songwriter(s): Zac Brown, Ben Simonetti, Jonathan Singleton


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