"A Night in the Ground" as written by Christopher Stapleton and Craig Michael Wiseman....
We might call an old friend up,
An' lay an old grudge down
Tell somebody that we love that we love 'em
We might turn a wrong to right,
Shine a brighter light
Find someone that needs a hug an' just hug 'em

[Chorus]
We might live each day like it was our last
We wouldn't worry 'bout troubles 'cause troubles pass
See things different six feet down,
If we could all spend a night in the ground
If we could all spend a night in the ground

We might not just work an' slave,
To an early grave
An' fill our lives up with a little more livin'
We might let our money rust,
An', truly in God's trust,
Know we're rich enough to give what we're givin'

[Chorus x2]

We might turn this whole world around,
If we could all spend a night in the ground


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"A Night in the Ground" as written by Craig Wiseman Chris Stapleton

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