I Could Get Used To This

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For Sherry Lynn, Beautiful Life is more than her sophomore album; it’s her view of the world. The title cut, a duet with Grammy-winning superstar Crystal Gayle, backs it up: Life is short, so jump in with both feet, chase your dreams, hold fast and relish the ride. That’s exactly what Sherry has been doing since she transitioned from the Karaoke stage to opening in 2006 for Sammy Kershaw at Pitman, New Jersey’s historic Broadway Theatre. Fast-forward two years, when Sherry was invited back to the Broadway to open for Crystal Gayle, one of Sherry’s musical heroes. The concert turned out to be a pivotal moment in Sherry’s career. “I’ve opened for a lot of artists, and when you’re the opening act, most of them don’t even come out of their dressing rooms until you’re finished”, Sherry says. “Crystal was one of the few who actually sat there in the green room and watched my performance. After the show, she sat with me, my mom and my grandma for over an hour, talking like we were friends for years.” It was one of those freeze-frame moments for Sherry. As a child, she’d set her career compass to singing the same day she watched Loretta Lynn’s biopic Coal Miner’s Daughter. And now there she was, hanging out with Loretta’s sister. In 2010, a chance meeting in Nashville with Crystal and her husband, Bill Gatzimos, took Sherry’s relationship with Crystal to another level. When Crystal heard about Sherry’s new album---there are no secrets on Music Row---she offered to lend her vocals to Beautiful Life, a song co-penned by award-winning tunesmith Danny Wells, best known for George Strait’s Check Yes Or No and Rascal Flatts’ These Days. Sherry and Crystal joined voices at Crystal’s studio, Audio 51, with producer Ted Hewitt, the studio wizard behind Rodney Atkins’ string of Number One hits. Crystal’s son Chris Gatzimos engineered the session. It’s mindboggling to think Sherry almost turned down the opportunity, but she did. “I had been working on this new CD for two


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I’m almost there just a couple more miles
Then it’s just you and me and a bottle of wine
Leave the world outside
It’s been a long week and long long days
But you know just what to do just what to say

When I’m worn out weighed down
Boy you turn my world around
And make everything ok

Cause there ain’t nothing I can compare to your lovin
Baby I’ll tell you it’s something I just can’t resist
The way you hold me kiss me and pull me in slowly
Heaven knows where its going or how your doing it
But honey I could to this

There’s something in the way you make me smile
And baby how you make me laugh out loud
It just feels so right
Cause I’ve had tough luck in love
boy I’d almost given up Until you came along

Cause there ain’t nothing I can compare to your lovin
Baby I’ll tell you it’s something I just can’t resist
The way you hold me kiss me and pull me in slowly
Heaven knows where its going or how your doing it
But honey I could to this

This feelin I get I can let myself be myself
Ain’t no one else can love me like you
Do the things that you do to me

Cause there ain’t nothing I can compare to your lovin
Baby I’ll tell you it’s something I just can’t resist
The way you hold me kiss me and pull me in slowly
Heaven knows where its going or how your doing it
But honey I could to this….I could get used to this

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Submitted on January 03, 2018

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