And Bertha Bryan said listen grandson
you can be anything or anyone
and I still believe what Bertha said to me
you can be anything you wanna be
you can be anything you wanna be

I once was a sailor
I sailed the seven seas
I once was a tailor
but I could not sew the seeds
I've been almost everywhere
but it's all been in my dreams
and that's not the wrong way
but it's wrong enough for me

It's not a sad song if it makes you feel good
and that's not the wrong road
but you would if you could
ride the range, run all day
play the afternoon
and that's not wrong way
but it's wrong enough for you, wrong enough for me
then it's wrong enough for you

Can you hear the wind it blows through the trees
it's such a nice day, such a nice summer breeze
Sometimes I recall what Bertha said to me
boy you can be anything that you wanna be
that you wanna be you can be
anything that you wanna be
and Bertha Bryan said listen grandson
you can be anything or anyone
boy you can be anything that you wanna be
that you wanna be you can be
anything that you wanna be


Lyrics submitted by joelm

Bertha Bryan song meanings
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