MARK WILLS


Time Machine Lyrics

If I could invent a time machine
I'd go back and change a few things
I'd be there that cold and rainy night
To make sure Patsy Cline didn't fly
And I would divert a Dallas parade
And for a little longer we'd have JFK

And on my way back from the past to the now
I would swing by and stop off at our house
And I wouldn't say what I said on the day you left me
What a better place this world would be
If I had a time machine

Don't know the danger or the consequence
I might create if I altered events
But take a look at this ol' world we've got
Now you'd have to admit it'd be worth a shot
One stop in New York and Lennon still dreams
And two stops in Memphis and long live two kings

And on my way back from the past to the now
I would swing by and stop off at our house
And I wouldn't say what I said on the day you left me
What a better place this world would be
If I had a time machine

What a better place this world would be
If I had a time machine
A time machine, time machine

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