"If You Were a Bluebird" as written by and Butch Hancock....
If you were a bluebird you'd be a sad one
I'd give you a true word
But you've already had one
If you were a bluebird,

You'd be crying
You'd be flying home
If you were a raindrop,
You'd shine like a rainbow

And if you were a train stop,
The conductor would sing low
If you were a raindrop,
You'd be falling
You'd be calling home

If you were a hotel
Honey, you'd be a grand one
But, if you hit a slow spell,
Do you think you could stand one

If you were a hotel,
Well I'd lean on your doorbell
I'd call you my home
If I was a highway,

I'd stretch alongside you
I'd help you pass by ways
That had dissatisfied you
If I was a highway,

Well I'd be stretchin'
I'd be fetchin' you home


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"If You Were a Bluebird" as written by Butch Hancock

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