"Sipping On History" as written by Jessica Ann Simpson, Luke Laird and Hillary Lindsey....
I could have been you're June carter cash
Walts right along with you
All through this life with you
I could have been the light in the dark
The one that you reach for
when you can't take it anymore
We could've been [2x]

Eighty years old
Sipping on history
Every drop
Taste every memory
Mend all the stalls
Looking back on this beautiful love that we made
Holding your hand

We could have had a big trampoline
Kids running round the yard
Superman and bottle cars
We could have had that one of a kind love
The kind that fits like a glove
That everybody's jealous of
We could have been [2x]

Eighty years old
Sipping on history
Every drop
Taste every memory
Mend all the stalls
Looking back on this beautiful love that we made
Holding your hand

Eighty years old
Sipping on history
Every drop
Taste every memory
Mend all the stalls
Looking back on this beautiful love that we made
Holding your hand


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