Better Than I Used To Be Lyrics – Tim McGraw

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Better Than I Used to Be is a country song originally performed by Sammy Kershaw, from his album of the same name. It was recorded in 2010. A year later, Tim McGraw covered the track and released it to country radio and iTunes. His song version appeared at position 51 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and rose to number 20. It also peaked at position 74 on the US Billboard Hot 100. You will not find the Better Than I Used to Be music video yet, but below there’s the song’s audio with lyrics on screen. The song is about one’s inner changes and becoming a better person. Enjoy Tim McGraw’s performance and share your impressions with others!

Tim McGraw – Better Than I Used To Be Music Video

Tim McGraw – Better Than I Used To Be Song Words

I know how to hold a grudge
I can send a bridge up in smoke
And I can’t count the people I’ve let down, the hearts I’ve broke
You ain’t gotta dig too deep
If you wanna find some dirt on me
But I’m learning who you’ve been
Ain’t who you’ve got to be
It’s gonna be an uphill climb
Aww honey I won’t lie

I ain’t no angel
I still got a still few more dances with the devil
I’m cleaning up my act, little by little
I’m getting there
I can finally stand the man in the mirror I see
I ain’t as good as I’m gonna get
But I’m better than I used to be

I’ve pinned a lot of demons to the ground
Got a few old habits left
But there’s one or two I might need you to help me get
Standing in the rain so long has left me with a little rust
But put some faith in me
And someday you’ll see
There’s a diamond under all this dust

I ain’t no angel
I still got a still few more dances with the devil
I’m cleaning up my act, little by little
I’m getting there
I can finally stand the man in the mirror I see
I ain’t as good as I’m gonna get
But I’m better than I used to be

“That Way” lyrics are provided by Geniusbeauty.com

I ain’t no angel
I still got a still few more dances with the devil
But I’m cleaning up my act, little by little
I’m getting there
I can finally stand the man in the mirror I see
I ain’t as good as I’m gonna get
But I’m better than I used to be