Wonder

Album: Deep South (2017)
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  • I wonder, do you think about me
    Flyin' down the highway
    Just you and the radio
    I wonder if we were still together
    If we would be happy
    Like we were not that long ago

    Would we be holdin' each other
    So close under the covers
    If I hadn't screwed it all up
    Would it matter if I ever called you
    Would sparks fly if I ever saw you
    The truth is, I may never know
    But I wonder

    I wonder if you have a husband
    Did you give him some children
    Are you livin' the American dream
    I wonder if there is a shoebox
    Of pictures you've been hidin'
    No one will ever see

    Would we be holdin' each other
    So close under the covers
    If I hadn't screwed it all up
    Would it matter if I ever called you
    Would sparks fly if I ever saw you
    The truth is, I may never know

    I'm probably crazy for thinkin' these thoughts
    About how it all could have been
    It ain't every day that I dig up the past
    But every now and then

    I wonder would we be holdin' each other
    So close under the covers
    The truth is, I may never know
    But I wonder
    I wonder, I wonder
    Oh, I wonder, oh, oh
    I wonder, I wonder Writer/s: Josh Turner, Mark Narmore
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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