"If I Could Live Your Life" as written by Mark Daniel Sanders and Tim J. Nichols....
You jet from coast to coast
Dressed in designer clothes
When you appear somewhere
Your chauffeur drives you there
I would think twice
If I could live your life

You see your friends at the store
Your sister lives next door
You kiss your babies goodnight
Your husbands there at your side
I'd love to give it a try
If I could live your life

If I could trade places with you
Hear the roar of the crowd
And the church bells in a quiet town
Just for one moment in time
I wonder what this world would be like
If I could live your life

Saw your picture in 'People' today
And I see you're in PTA
Your livin' everyone's dream
It isn't all that it seems
Wouldn't it all be nice
If I could live your life

If I could trade places with you
Hear the roar of the crowd
And the church bells in a quiet town
Just for one moment in time
I wonder what this world would be like
If I could live your life

If I could live your life, if I could live your life


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"If I Could Live Your Life" as written by Tim Nichols Mark Daniel Sanders

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