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If I die

by Thomas K. Hunt

I've lived my life each and every day
Walked this earth for fifty eight years
Now I sit and ponder
Oh how the mind can wonder

If I die at fifty nine
The river will flow and the sun will shine
Though I'm gone you'll be just fine
If I die at fifty nine

If I'm still here at sixty
I hope I'm still me
To me it's the only thing to be
If I'm still here at sixty

If I die at sixty one
There's something you need to know
My days here will be done
If I dies at sixty one

If I'm still here at sixty two
If I'm here among the living
I'll still be loving you
If I'm still here at sixty two

If I die at sixty three
Scatter me across the islands
The river one with me
If I die at sixty three

If I'm still here at sixty four
Loving every moment of life
Living my life on the shore
If I'm still here at sixty four

If I die at sixty five
Everything's going to be alright
I know deep down you will survive
If I die at sixty five

You never know day to day
It may be your last chance to have something to say
You only get what you earn
You don't want to go but you have to take your turn

If I die please don't cry
You should laugh and celebrate
Smile in the sun under a clear blue sky
Don't shed a tear if I die

I've lived my life each and every day
Walked this earth for fifty eight years
Now I sit and ponder
Oh how the mind can wonder

05/10/2015

Author's Note: Lyric

Posted on 05/10/2015
Copyright © 2021 Thomas K. Hunt

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