If Anything Ever Happened To You
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If Anything Ever Happened To You Recorded by Bill Anderson Written by Jon Randall and Bill Anderson
C Am G7 C F He was sitting on the front porch with his wife of fifty years C G7 Am G7 C F C G7 His voice was low and shaky and his eyes welled up with tears F C He reached and took her tender hand said I’d don’t know what I’d do F C G7 CG7 I wouldn’t have a clue if anything ever happened to you
C Am C F You’ve been here beside me through the thick and thin C Am C F C G7 And we don’t have as far to go as we’ve already been F C So when the angels calls your name they’ll have to call mine too F C G7 C G7 Am I hope they do if anything ever happened to you
G7 F C They might as well take me out in my Sunday best and bury me Am D7 G7 If I’ve gotta half a dozen friends left for me let’em carry me F C Up the hill and lay me down beside the only love I ever knew F C G7 C G7 That’s all that anyone could do if anything ever happened to you
C G7 Am She looked at him through tear filled eyes G7 C F And touched her wedding band C G7 Am And she said it seemed like only yesterday C G7 F C G7 You placed it on my hand F C Far beyond the walls of time our love will still be true F C G7 C Thought I’d break into if anything ever happened to you
F C G7 C So don’t let anything ever happen to you
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