"What If" as written by and Meg/frampton Frampton....
Stand tall
Head and shoulders down
They don't make them like us anymore
You failed to see that I am not your shadow
I can be more

You said the world is hard to face
I am your umbrella, Megan
But I can keep up with it's pace
If you let me go

I was running to see you down the line
What if I've built up what was mine
What if I didn't forget passion like you did

What if I find my purpose first
What if I fulfill my life's work
What if you counting on my failure made me live

Not scared.
I know you thought I was shaking fast in my own two shoes
But these soles could fight the ocean waves,
Dirty laundry, and world war II

Finally I see past my front hands
Not a coward's pissed-stained pants
Thank you for telling me I can't
Without you, I wouldn't be where I am

What if I see you down the line
What I took back my lost time
What if I didn't forget passion like you did

What if I find my purpose first
What if I fulfill my life's work
What if you counting on my failure made me live

If you see me again,
You won't know my face
But you'll recall my heart
Inside of me, a side of you is placed

When I see you again,
I won't be bitter
You, you're so far to blame
You're part of this change
I (knew?) so much of you
I won't ever be the same

What if I see you down the line
What I took back what was mine
What if I didn't forget passion like you did

What if I find my purpose first
What if I fulfill my life's work
What if you counting on my failure made me live
What if you counting on my failure made me live
What if you counting on my failure made me live


Lyrics submitted by hobomclacey

"What If" as written by Meg Frampton Dia Frampton

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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