"Just Love Me" as written by Monty Powell and Chris Cagle....
I'll never be anybody's hero
Or the legend of a story, or a saint that's bound for glory, no
And I'll never know what it's like to swim in money
Or how it feels not to have to go to work on Monday
I'm a simple man, and that's ok
But even a simple man wants to feel this way

Like the king of his castle, like the leader of the pack
Like a man that if you left him, you'd just have to have him back
Like a rock that you would lean on when your world gets too rough
Like a man that you would stand beside when he's not so tough
But even if that's not the man you see
Then just love me
Just love me

I'll never write a song that lasts forever
Or a book for all the ages, but I'm not full of empty pages, no
'Cause I got a soul, and I use it for yearnin'
With a heart that skips a beat for you and a fire that keeps on burnin'
I'm a simple man, yeah that's okay
But even a simple man wants to feel this way

Like the king of his castle, like the leader of the pack
Like a man that if you left him, you'd just have to have him back
Like a rock that you would lean on when your world gets too rough
Like a man that you would stand beside when he's not so tough
But even if that's not the man you see
Then just love me
Just love me

Oh, I'm a simple man, and that's okay
But even a simple man wants to be swept away, and feel

Like the king of his castle, like the leader of the pack
Like a man that if you left him, you'd just have to have him back
Like a rock that you would lean on when your world gets too rough
Like a man that you would stand beside when he's not so tough
But even if that's not the man you see
Then just love me
Just love me


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"Just Love Me" as written by Teddy Powell Little Jack Little

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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