Said alrite
Help me sing my song
Ohhhhhhh alright
It sounds real good y'all
Listen y'all
Verse 1
I stopped going to church for a long time cause I?ve seen a lot of things
So many things that make me never want to go to church again
But my mama told me, She said never put your trust in no man
And oh, that is why
I want to go to church again.

I don?t care how the preacher spends all the money
No don?t care if the choir director is funny
(I Really don?t care) The only thing that matter is (this)
Is my business with the Lord.
I don?t have no heaven or hell to put nobody in
Every day I try my best to make it in
(That?s why) The only thing that matter is (this)
Is my business with the Lord.

Verse 2
There was a time I didn?t care what the preacher had to say
So many don?t dos in the church
Just pushed me further away
?Don?t wear your pants like that?
?Don?t wear your hat to the back?
And it started getting old
I was tryna figure out, what?s more important
My clothes or my soul?


See I know y'all are saying that I?Dave you give the church a bad name
But I didn?t make these stereotypes
No I?m not the blame
I?m not trying to say , that everybody?s doing wrong
If it wasn?t going down there , If it is I still don?t care


I don?t care what the preacher do (I don?t)
Or how the choir director looks at you ( I truly don?t care)
The only that matters is (this)
My business with the Lord.
I don?t have no heaven or hell
I gotta worry about my self
The only thing that matters is (this)
My business with the lord.

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