Man That Hung The Moon

Lyricist: Brantley Gilbert    Composer: Brantley Gilbert

I lost my breath when I
Saw you take your first
My whole world stopped like that
And I hate to cry inside
But I just saw you rise
And words just can't describe what I see
You look just like me, yeah

You're gonna think I hung the moon
You're gonna think I made the sky
That the sun rises
And sets inside of my eyes
And it won't be long
'Til I hear "Daddy's home" and
Footsteps running to
The man that hung the moon

And I already know
You'll probably be a mama's boy
It worked out fine for your dad
I hope I'm still your hero
'Cause I already love you more than
Even I understand

You're gonna think I hung the moon
And that I made the sky
That the sun rises
And sets inside of my eyes
And it won't be long
'Til I hear "Daddy's home" and
Footsteps running to
The man that hung the moon
Oh yeah

And one day you'll realize
I've lost my cape, I can't fly
And I'm only human
And you'll need more than me
You know to hit your knees
If I've done my job right
You'll know where to find

The man who really hung the moon
Who really made the sky
Yeah, the sun rises
And sets inside of his eyes
And it won't be long
Until he calls us home
And we'll all be running to
The man that hung the moon
Oh, oh
Oh yeah

No matter what
No matter where I am
Just know I love you
With all I am
Me and your mama both