"Grown Ass Man" as written by and Brantley Gilbert....
They said I could lose a little lip
And loose count a hundred dollar bills
Be that small town boy that finally made it out
I think that's where they had me wrong
I want to write my own damn songs
And I don't want to move to Nashville, man, I've got home

Yeah, what you see is what you get
And when you look at me, man
I hope you see as real as it gets

'Cause I'm a grown ass man
You ain't gonna change my ways
And I ain't set in stone
I'm set in that red Georgia clay, man
I was brought up on that book
My grand-daddy's knee
You can bet your ass that I know who I am
I'm a grown ass man

Well, hell I ain't no politician
Kissing ass just ain't my style
So if you ask me the wrong questions
I'll give you more than just my dime
All you really need to know about where I stand
Somewhere between Amazing Grace, Back In Black, and Simple Man

Yeah, I'm a grown ass man
You ain't gonna change my ways
And I ain't set in stone
I'm set in that red Georgia clay, man
I was brought up on that book
My grand-daddy's knee
You can bet your ass that I know who I am
I'm a grown ass man

Some folks say that I'm an outlaw
Oh, but I ain't earned that yet
I'll be the first to say I still got dues to pay
And I hope I go out like that
And I know this world is changing
But I know the King James ain't
It ain't no secret I'm a sinner
I never claimed to be no saint

I'm a grown ass man
You ain't gonna change my ways
And I ain't set in stone
I'm set in that red Georgia clay, man
I was brought up on that book
My grand-daddy's knee
You can bet your ass that I know who I am
Yeah, man you can bet your ass that I know who I am
I'm a grown ass man
Yeah, I'm a grown ass man


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"Grown Ass Man" as written by Brantley Gilbert

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