"If I Could Just Be Me" as written by Darryl Worley and Steve Leslie....
I'd like to lay this old hammer down
Drive my pickup truck to town
Find a friend and just hang around
If I could just be me

Grab a bobber and my old cane pole
Spend a evenin' at the fishin' hole
Why I wouldn't hurt a soul
If I could just be me

I've learned to live behind these fences
But I'm not the kind of man to just go along
Now and then I need a chance to be who I am
Maybe sing a different song

I need to put my worries on a shelf
Take some time to get to know myself
I wouldn't have to be nobody else
If I could just be me

I've learned to live behind these fences
But I'm not the kind of man to just go along
Now and then I need a chance to be who I am
Maybe sing a different song

If I didn't have these bills to pay
If I could really have my way
I'd lay around and love on you all day
If I could just be me
If I didn't have these bills to pay

If I could just be me
If I could just be me
If I could just be me


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"If I Could Just Be Me" as written by Steve Leslie Darryl Worley

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