Brett Charles Young (born March 23, 1981 Anaheim, Orange County, California) is an American pop singer and songwriter. He was a baseball pitcher at his school but took the composition after being injured, his debut EP entitled, produced by Dann Huff, was released by Republic Nashville on February 12, 2016. The main single, Sleep Without You , was released on April 11. Look at a pitcher on the mound, on any team, from a nine-year-old boy in the Babe Ruth league to a million-dollar ace in the big leagues. There's a look in his eyes, an intensity, that goes straight to his heart and when you see that look in Brett Young's baby blues, it's not too hard to understand what drove the boy from California from a dance floor to the recording studio.
Remember when we were young We felt like the luckiest ones Nothing to worry about The whole world was a hand-me-down It's hard to be different It's
All my friends say that they're happy that I'm moving on First time that they've seen me smile since you up and gone But
Home for seven days and I haven't even seen your face I guess I've got a flight to change There ain't nothin' left to
I can't count the times I almost said what's on my mind But I didn't Just the other day I wrote down all the things I'd
Cassidy, is reggae music playing on the beach Blue moon tonight, and there isn't a cloud in the sky Grab your Swiss Army Knife
Nicki Minaj I'm in the collard green 6 cornbread in the guts Got dat halloween kicks trick or treat in the clutch C'mon nigga is