TIM MCGRAW


If I Died Today Lyrics

If I died today
Who’d turn off my coffee pot?
Would there be a street parade?
Would I just be an after-thought?

If I died today
Would I still be a waiter?
Could I fly around like superman?
Would I make the Sunday paper?

I wonder who I’d see
Cryin’ standin’ over me
Who would just send their regards?
Would anybody say “at least he’s in a better place?”
And who would get this old guitar?

If I died today
Would my mama keep on prayin’?
Would my buddies go out drinkin?
Would my alarm clock keep on blinkin’?

If I died today
Would I need to be ashamed?
Would I be easy to forget?
Could I live with my regrets?

I wonder who I’d see
Cryin’ standin’ over me
Who would just send their regards?
Would anybody say “the world will never be the same?”
And who would get this old guitar?

If I died today
Could I see my room from Heaven?
Would my family talk about me
At Christmas and Thanksgivin’?

I wonder who I’d see
Cryin’ standin’ over me
Who would just send their regards?
Would anybody say “what a good guy, what a shame?”
And who would get this old guitar?

If I died today
Who’d turn off my coffee pot?

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Songwriter(s): Brad Douglas Warren, Blair Daly, Brett Daniel Warren
Copyright: Songs Of Windswept Pacific, Bless The Bikini Music, Stylesonic Music LLC
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