"Like I Am" as written by Travis Meadows, Paul Allen Jackson, Charlie Starr, Brit Turner and Richard Turner....
Hey

Well, I'm mean as gravel, I'm poor as dirt
And I like things better the way they were
Well, I'm strong in the head but I get things done
I spend too much money to have a little fun, come on

Here you are, you come around
You want me to settle down, yeah

Before you jump, you need to know
It's a crazy thing, the way I roll
I ain't changing, I'm a Southern man
So, can you love me like I am?
Can you love me, baby, like I am?
Yeah

Well, I'm stuck in my ways and I grew up hard
I drink milk out your carton and juice from the jar, huh
Well, some people say I sleep too much
I just sleep when I can til I have to get up

Here I am, what do you think?
Well, I guess a nod is as good as a wink, yeah

Before you jump, you need to know
It's a crazy thing, the way I roll
I ain't changing, I'm a Southern man
Well, can you love me like I am?
So, can you love me, baby, like I am?
Come on, son

I changed my mind, there ain't no bone
I play on Fridays, baby, you can't go, no
That's right
You can't go

Before you jump, you need to know
It's a crazy thing, the way I roll, yeah
I ain't changing, I'm a Southern man
Well, can you love me like I am?
Well, can you love me, baby, like I am?
Well, can you love me like I am?
Can you love me, baby, like I am?
Alright, yeah
Baby, like I am, now, hey
Baby, like I am, yeah, woo


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