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Brothers Osborne – Hatin’ Somebody Lyrics

Hatin’ Somebody By Brothers Osborne

I may never like your shoes
You may never like mine
We may never be all cheers drinkin’ beers
Arm in arm singin’ Auld Lang Syne
But maybe we can meet somewhere in the middle
Like strings ‘tween a fiddle and a bow
You need a paddle on the left, paddle on the right
‘Cause we’re all in the same damn boat

Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere
It’s a bad seed to sow, it’s a dead end road when ya go there
Makin’ any headway that way ain’t got no prayer
Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere

We’re all going somewhere
When we ain’t here no more
We’re all going somewhere
And we’re all going through the same door

Now wakin’ up and puttin’ that smile on
Beats the hell out of waking up dead
That ain’t how grandpa was
But it is what he always said
Stick a stubborn hillbilly
In the middle of the city
Gotta learn how not to throw stones
He didn’t live long enough to hear this song
But he lived long enough to know

Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere
It’s a bad seed to sow, it’s a dead end road when ya go there
Makin’ any headway that way ain’t got no prayer
Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere

Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere
It’s a bad seed to sow, it’s a dead end road when ya go there
Makin’ any headway that way ain’t got no prayer
Hatin’ somebody ain’t never got nobody nowhere

We’re all going somewhere
When we ain’t here no more
We’re all going somewhere
And we’re all going through the same door
We’re all going somewhere
When we ain’t here no more
We’re all going somewhere
And we’re all going through the same door