Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams - What If lyrics

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I shudder to think

What it would mean

If the president wore pink

Or if a prostitute was queen

What would happen then

How would the world change

If thick became thin

And the world was rearranged

If the rains brought down the moon

And daylight was feared

And the sun rose too soon

And then just disappeared

If dogs became kings

And the Pope chewed gum

And hobos had wings

And God was a bum

If houses became trees

And flowers turned to stone

And there were no families

And people lived alone

If buildings started laughing

And windows cried

And feet started clapping

And out came inside

If mountains fell in slivers

And the sky began to bleed

And blood filled up the rivers

And prisoners were freed

If the stars fell apart

And the ocean dried up

And the world was one big heart

And decided to stop

If children grew up happier

And they could run with the wolves

And they never felt trapped

Or hungry or unloved

If cats walked on water

And birds had bank accounts

And we loved one another

In equal amounts
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