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10 Lessons Guys Can Learn From The Lyrics On Jack Johnson’s New Album, “From Here To Now To You”

clock September 24, 2013
10 Lessons Guys Can Learn From The Lyrics On Jack Johnson’s New Album, “From Here To Now To You”

Hey, guys. Have you picked up a copy of Jack Johnson‘s new album, From Here to Now to You, yet? If not, we have just one question for you: WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?! And hey, ladies. Have you picked up a copy of Jack Johnson’s new album, From Here to Now to You, yet? If not, do yourself a favor and buy two copies—one for you and one for the man in your life. Because on From Here to Now to You, Jack Johnson is serving up lessons for all of the guys out there when it comes to how to treat a lady.

What kinds of lessons? Well, to show you the kinds of things you can learn on From Here to Now to You, we took a look through all of the album’s lyrics to find the 10 Things Guys Can Learn From Jack Johnson’s New Album, From Here to Now to You. Check them out below, and then make sure you pick up a copy of From Here to Now to You immediately. You might learn a thing or two (or 10!) from Johnson and all the stuff that he has to say on the album.

 

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Lesson #1: Worship your significant other and realize how important that she is to you everyday.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “I got you, I got everything/I’ve got you, I don’t need nothing/More than you, I got everything/I’ve got you,” from “I Got You”

 

Lesson #2: Do not be afraid of commitment.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “I tried to play it cool, and attach no strings/But by the end of the day, I needed the whole thing,” from “Never Fade”

 

Lesson #3: Impress your significant other by doing your best to become a better person.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “Only the beginning, I’m only getting started/I don’t mind the digging, baby, I’ll work harder/I’ve been washing dishes, singing from the bottom,” from “Washing Dishes”

 

Lesson #4: Be a rock for your significant other—and let her be a rock for you, too.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “This weight’s too much alone, some days I can’t hold it all/If you take it on for me, when tomorrow is too much, I’ll carry it all,” from “I Got You”

 

Lesson #5: Find  ways to express your love.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “You see I knew right then, that this could last so long/I went home that first night, I wrote my first love song,” from “Never Fade”

 

Lesson #6: Realize that a good relationship is worth fighting for.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “This is worth saving, because the sum of us is more than us/If you add us up, then subtract my sleep,” from “As I Was Saying”

 

Lesson #7: Learn how to nourish your love so that it grows over time.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “And now here we are, how could we ever know?/I know I loved you then, and I’ve watched you grow,” from “Never Fade”

 

Lesson #8: Dream BIG with your significant other.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “One day is only two words we say, I don’t want to let them get in the way/Of all the plans that we should be making right now, right now,” from “Washing Dishes”

 

Lesson #9: Help your significant other become a better person over time.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “And so it came to be, that I raised you and you raised me/We’re lucky that way, because our love can never fade,” from “Never Fade”

 

Lesson #10: Understand that you can’t plan out the perfect relationship.

The Jack Johnson Lyrics That Teach It: “We went walking through the hills, trying to pretend that we both know/Maybe if we save up, we could build a little home/But then the hail storm came, it yelled, ‘You need to go, you’ve got no control’/I got you” from “I Got You”

 

For more lessons from Jack Johnson, pick up his new album, From Here to Now to You, here now!

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