12 Lyrics From Luke Combs’ 'What You See Is What You Get' To Make The Perfect Instagram Caption
Start writing a post
Entertainment

12 Lyrics From Luke Combs’ 'What You See Is What You Get' To Make The Perfect Instagram Caption

Luke Combs did not let us down on this album.

4741
12 Lyrics From Luke Combs’ 'What You See Is What You Get' To Make The Perfect Instagram Caption

This new album is probably everyone's favorite. From a sappy love song to vacations, every lyric is perfect. If you need a caption that's simple or one for a heartbreak, these are perfect.

1. “I’m an easy to read, but I ain’t no open book”

2. “Long neck ice cold beer never broke my heart”

3. “As life flies by, it spills onto the side covered top to bottom with the best days of your life”

4. “Whatever that buzz was I ain’t felt it since, but I can’t seem to let it go”

5. “There’s no stopping me once I get goin’”

6. “And I’m wearing this heart on my sleeve and that might not mean much to you, but it does to me”

7. “I’m findin’ out how freedom can feel anything, but free”

8. “Things I never knew about me, I’m finding out now since the day you made us go our separate way”

9. “I guess it’s all a part of a bigger plan, some of it I’ll never understand”

10. “Put that record on, took your pictures off the shelf, yeah cause every little bit helps”

11. “Stop taking me for granted like I’ll always be around”

12. “I’m in love with lovin’ on you”

Report this Content
writing on a page with a hand holding a pen as if the person is beginning to write something
c1.staticflickr.com

Looking for some inspiration to kick off your Monday? Check out these articles by our talented team of response writers! From poetry to tips for manifesting your dream life, there's something for everyone.

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

Exploring the Superbowl's Historic 50 Year Legacy!

Building up to next Sunday

1711
football game
astros / Flickr


The Superbowl is the biggest football event of the year, and the 50-year history of the competition has seen a lot of memorable moments. The event first began in 1967, when the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game was played in Los Angeles. Since then, the NFL has grown from a small regional competition to an international phenomenon. Over the course of the last 50 years, the Superbowl has seen some amazing plays, memorable moments and incredible records. This includes Tom Brady's record of five Superbowl titles, the first time the Patriots won three consecutive championships, and the Steelers' record of six Superbowl titles. The event has also become a cultural phenomenon, with millions of people tuning in each year to watch the big game. There are now commercials, halftime shows, and other events that make the Superbowl a true American spectacle.

Keep Reading... Show less
11 Genres Of Music That Originated From Black Culture

Numbers don't lie, up in the charts many times, black culture has defined the music industry. Music is a worldly language that can be understood by people all over the world. You bet black culture has taken over the music industry, but not from the way you may think. I'm not talking about their prominent presence in the rap game, but the origins of eleven different genres of music. Black culture is always using their heritage and ancestral knowledge to transmute the current energy to a higher frequency. Personally, I'm not surprised that many of these music genres have originated from black culture. Thankfully, I've been able to grow up in a diverse environment. I can only thrive in a diversity of friends.

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

The Influence Of Music

Music is more than just instruments and vocals.

2074
Elyse Music

Music is a powerful concept all on its own. There’s something alluring about being able to cut out the rest of the world, and surrounding yourself with harmonious sounds that synthesize together in a pleasant manner.

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

Grammy Awards Celebrate Music History tonight

This years nominations has some surprises

3134
Grammy award
Flickr

The Grammy Awards have long been an iconic symbol of celebrating musical artistry. Since their inception in 1959, the awards have celebrated the remarkable achievements of some of the biggest names in the music industry. From the Beatles to Beyonce, the Grammy Awards have provided a platform to recognize the extraordinary talent of musicians throughout the decades. Not only has the ceremony itself become a cultural staple, but the awards are also seen as a sign of excellence in the music industry. They commemorate the dedication and hard work that musicians put into their craft, and are a reminder of the influence and power that great music can have on people's lives.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments