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Sam Hunt – Sinning with You Lyrics

Sinning with You By Sam Hunt

Raised in the first pew, praises from yes you
Case of a small town repression
Your body was baptized, so disenfranchised
I was your favorite confession
My past was checkered, your smile is freckled
It’s probably injured buddy
Your place or my place
His grace and your grace always felt like the same thing to me

I never felt like I was sinning with you
Always felt like I can talk to God in the morning
I knew that I would end up with you
Always felt like I can talk to God in the morning
If it’s so wrong, why did it feel so right?
If it’s so wrong, why’d it never feel like sinning with you?
Sinning with you
Yeah, yeah, yeah

I felt closer to the stars with you
I felt forgiveness in my heart with you
Saw the light in the dark with you
Felt like I could fly
Take me down where the river heals
Put me under in your innocents
I wasn’t in it for the hell of it
I guess that’s why

I never felt like I was sinning with you
Always felt like I can talk to God in the morning
I knew that I would end up with you
Always felt like I can talk to God in the morning
If it’s so wrong, why did it feel so right?
If it’s so wrong, why’d it never feel like sinning with you?
Sinning with you

I hate it when I can’t feel the Holy Spirit
I know what it feels crossin’ the line
But I never felt shame, never felt sorry
Never felt guilty touching your body
Long as you’re for me, as long as I’m for you
Who can be against us baby?

Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-oh
If it’s so wrong, why did it feel so right?
If it’s so wrong, why’d it never feel like sinning with you?
Sinning with you