"That'd Be Alright" as written by and James Timothy/sanders Nichols....
If money grew on hackberry trees
If time wasn't such a luxury
If love was lovesick over me
That'd be alright

If I could keep the wind in my sails
Keep a hold of the tiger by the tail
A half a ham sandwich in my lunch pail
That'd be alright

That'd be alright
That'd be alright
If everybody everywhere had a lighter load to bear
And a little bigger piece of the pie
We'd be livin' us a pretty good life
That'd be alright

Go heavy on the good light on the bad
A hair more happy and a shade less sad
Turn all the negative down just a tad
That'd be alright

If my dear ol' dog never got old
If my family farm never got sold
If another bad joke never got told
That'd be alright

That'd be alright
That'd be alright
If everybody everywhere had a lighter load to bear
And a little bigger piece of the pie
We'd be livin' us a pretty good life
That'd be alright

That'd be alright
That'd be alright
That'd be alright
That'd be alright
That'd be alright

Alright
That'd be alright
That'd be alright
That'd be alright


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"That'd Be Alright" as written by Tia M. Sillers Mark Daniel Sanders

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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