Easton Corbin - Lovin’ You Is Fun Lyrics and Video




Lovin’ You Is Fun by Easton Corbin, Music Lyrics and Video

Lovin’ You Is Fun is the first single by American country music singer Easton Corbin, from his second studio album, “All Over the Road”, which will be released on September 18, 2012 via Mercury Nashville.
The music video was directed by Shaun Silva and filmed in Austin, Texas. It premiered in April 2012 as part of CMT Big New Music Weekend.

Easton Corbin - Lovin’ You Is Fun Video

Easton Corbin - Lovin’ You Is Fun Lyrics

You’ve got a cousin who’s telling you somethin’
That doesn’t have nothin’ to do with the lovin’ that we’re in, baby
I hear she’s sayin’ this game we’re playin’ should be complicated
If you won’t, I’ll say it, I think she’s crazy, cause

Love don’t have to be a bunch of drama
A bunch of knock-down, drag-outs, crying in the rain
It’s all right to keep it light now mama, don’t you think
We’re having such a good time together and it’s only just begun
My heart’s never smiled so hard
Baby, lovin’ you is fun
It’s fun

I’m walking around all over this town, ten feet off the ground
So happy I found you, baby, I love it
There’s no self-help book on your shelf, you know too well
They’re trying to sell you somethin’ for nothin’, cause

Love don’t have to be a bunch of drama
A bunch of knock-down, drag-outs, crying in the rain
It’s all right to keep it light now mama, don’t you think
We’re having such a good time together and it’s only just begun
My heart’s never smiled so hard
Baby, lovin’ you is fun

Love don’t have to be a bunch of drama
A bunch of knock-down, drag-outs, crying in the rain
It’s all right to keep it light now mama, don’t you think
We’re having such a good time together and it’s only just begun
My heart’s never smiled so hard
Baby, lovin’ you is fun

This ole heart’s never smiled so hard
Lovin’ you is fun
Yeah it’s fun
Yeah it’s fun
Lovin’ you is fun

Song Information

“Lovin’ You Is Fun” is the fastest-rising single of Corbin’s career to date. The song debuted at number 100 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for the week of July 7, 2012. It also charted at #21 on the US Country Songs.

Released February 27, 2012
Genre Country
Length 3:20
Label Mercury Nashville
Writers Jim Beavers, Bob DiPiero
Producer Carson Chamberlain


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