That'd Be Alright

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Alan Jackson

Alan Eugene Jackson (born October 17, 1958) is an American country music singer, known for blending traditional honky tonk and mainstream country sounds and penning many of his own hits. He has recorded 14 studio albums, three Greatest Hits albums, two Christmas albums, one Gospel album and several… more »

If money grew on hackberry trees, 
And 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. 

Yeah, 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, 
And that'd be alright. 

Hey, go heavy on the good and 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 the family farm never got sold. 
If another bad joke never got told, 
That'd be alright. 

[Chorus: x3]

Yeah, that'd be alright. 
That'd be alright. 

Yeah, that'd be alright. 
That'd be alright.

That'd be alright.


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