And pose like a trophy on a shelf Dream for everyone, but not yourself That’s what we wanted to do from the beginning to end—to be this slow, gradual build that just starts the smallest and gets so huge. I sleep a little deeper when you're next to me, [Chorus:] Girl, watch your mouth and watch your weight They don’t think about those things, and they don’t know about those old traditions. It’s like, ‘Why are we still putting these same tired standards on women?’ We wanted it to be where you’re focused on what we’re saying, but then, hopefully, have that emotional music bed behind it that conveys the spirit of that song. I've heard of God the Son and God the Father As you nod your head with your lipstick on Babe, I don't wanna talk right now That’s the way we want to raise our children. It’s an incredible song, and she really drove the ship on the production of that song in particular, because it meant so much to her. That doesn’t make sense to him, which I think is beautiful, that’s what we want. Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Wait, didn't mean to say it like that I’m proud of the dynamics we got on this song. Oh girl, wash your face 'fore you come to the table You're my heart and my home You're my heart and my home [Chorus] Do my best, forgive myself, and look good in this dress With the lyrics, the stark vocals in the front and the atmospheric kind of thing in the background, you feel solitude. Ooh, think I'm losin' my mind again [Verse 1] Then it just becomes this overwhelming, chaotic outro. Babe, I don't wanna talk right now I sleep a little deeper when you're next to me I think I see in our kids that that’s already happening. Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Girl, shoulders back and stand up straight You're my heart and my home [Verse 2] [Outro] From the moment Karen played that song for me, I was just blown away by the lyric. I'm just looking for a God for the daughters I'm just looking for a God for the daughters I've been down on my luck, my luck Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh It was birthed out of a discussion about the state of the society that we live in and the standards that are put on girls and the expectations and how it seems like a tired conversation. Little Big Town Breaks Down The Meaning Of "The Daughters", Oh girl, wash your face 'fore you come to the table, Take it on the chin, let the best man win, Girl, watch your mouth and watch your weight, I've heard of God the Son and God the Father, I wash the dishes, feed the kids, and clean up all this mess. I still remember listening to her cut that vocal that night and just being brought to tears by it. Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Love, come a little closer now Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh [Bridge] Ooh, and I know I don't say it enough And damn, I love my son, I love my father Oh-oh-oh-oh Love, come a little closer now It’s said in such a provocative way, but it gets your attention, and that’s the whole point. Stay a little longer please [Chorus] They can just keep going and do whatever they set their hearts and minds to and that’s just how we want to raise up this new generation. But I'll be fine in the mornin' next to you, [Bridge:] Don't you know you're the fire in my bones? Our son, Elijah knows, well why hasn’t their been a woman president? I'm just looking for a God for the daughters I've heard of God the Son and God the Father Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Mind your manners, smile for the camera [Verse 2] But I'll be fine in the mornin' next to you Oh-oh-oh-oh (Next to you) Ooh, and I know I don't say it enough So that we can lay down these old traditions and expectations. And don't you know you're the fire in my bones? Next to You Lyrics: Babe, I don't wanna talk right now / Stop, I need a little space / Ooh, ooh / Wait, didn't mean to say it like that / Stay a little longer please / I sleep a little deeper when you I've been down on my luck, my luck Girl, don't be weak and don't be strong [Bridge] Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Because we have the chance to change it. [Chorus] I've been down on my luck, my luck Oh-oh-oh-oh (Next to you) Ooh, and I know I don't say it enough Oh-oh-oh-oh (Next to you) And don't you know you're the fire in my bones? song: next to you artist: little big town tab by: don czarski email: guitarzan7@hotmail.com / next to you little big town / capo: 6th fret / intro: (played during the verses as well) d e --- Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh I'm still looking for a God for the daughters Who will stand up for the next generation of girls? But I'll be fine in the mornin' next to you, Ooh, think I'm losin' my mind again Lyrics to "Next To You" by LITTLE BIG TOWN: Babe, I don't wanna talk right now / Stop, I need a little space / Ooh, ooh / Wait, didn't mean to say it like that / Stay a little longer please / I sleep a little deeper when you're next to me / [Chorus:] / Don't you know you're the fire in my bones? Go slow, touch me like you do Ooh, ooh Go slow, touch me like you do I breath a little deeper when I'm next to you If they don’t want to stop in their tracks, they don’t have to. [Chorus] And dream for everyone, but not yourself Damn, I look good in this dress Stop, I need a little space For the daughters Oh-oh-oh-oh (Next to you) The song was written with two songwriters in Nashville; Ashley Rey and Sean McConnell who’re brilliant artists. Oh-oh-oh-oh To see no boundaries. I've been down on my luck, my luck Recording the song was really a beautiful day because we already had this really nice base of what Ken and the writers had come up with in the songwriting demo so we really just kept it stripped down and left it as kind of skeletal as possible, in that sense. Oh-oh-oh-oh Don't you know you're the fire in my bones? I'm just looking for a God But I'll be fine in the mornin' next to you [Verse 1] Wait, didn't mean to say it like that [Chorus] I'll be fine in the mornin'. I love the sparseness of that. We’re raising girls and little boys and it’s so important as we raise those children to give them the confidence and the encouragement they need to go after their dreams and that there are not any barriers. Say what you want, just as long And it really is just a social commentary on who will stand up for the daughters? Ooh, ooh Stop, I need a little space I wash the dishes, feed the kids, and clean up all this mess Take it on the chin, let the best man win Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh I'll dream for everyone, but not myself Stay a little longer please Oh girl, wash your face 'fore you come to the table Girl, know your place, be willing and able Take it on the chin, let the best man win Girl, shoulders back and stand up straight Oh-oh-oh-oh (Next to you) For the daughters, for the daughters. Oh-oh-oh-oh (Next to you) I've heard of God the Son and God the Father I think the message of this song is just perfectly timely with what the state of the world is right now and we have children amongst us. I’m proud of Karen. [Outro] Girl, know your place, be willing and able You're my heart and my home And pose like a trophy on a shelf To give you that feeling of intimacy but it was just a beautiful day recording. Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Ooh, and I know I don't say it enough I breath a little deeper when I'm next to you, [Chorus:] Oh-oh-oh-oh. And pose like a trophy on a shelf Being married or in a relationship is tough, and I think that you feel that isolation of two people in a moment when things aren’t going great, but that underlying love that’s there is still running.

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