"Wife and Kids" as written by and Brett/collins James....
Everybody thinks I've got it all
Nobody really does, do they?
I've got more than I desire, more than I ever dreamed but
There's always a price you pay
It's been an amazing road
I've been blessed I know
At the end of the day, I go home alone

[Chorus:]
I still hope some day I'll have a wife and kids
Smiling faces running to the door when I walk in
Saying daddy's home, you were gone too long
What'd ya bring me, swing me, let me show you what I did
I still dream about that look on a woman's face
That says I love you through the good, the bad, the sunshine or the rain
Sometimes I wish, I had someone to share my life with
Maybe I'll have a wife and kids
Maybe someday

Maybe I could have a son
Play football in the back yard
Or take my daughter fishing
And when she turned fifteen
Teach her how to drive a car
When I grow old and they've all left home
I wanna lay beside my wife
Talk about the old times, remember all the good times

[Chorus]

Sometimes I wish, I had someone to share my life with
Maybe I'll have a wife and kids
Someday

I'll have a wife and kids
Maybe someday


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"Wife and Kids" as written by James Allen Jr Collins Brett James

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