If The World Was a Small Town Lyrics

These are the lyrics to song If The World Was a Small Town as performed by Lauren Alaina

Lyrics to song If The World Was a Small Town by Lauren Alaina

(If the world was a small town)

Probably would've gone to the courthouse
Have one or two babies by now
Couple little Southern angels
You'd be puttin' that food on the table

We'd be Sunday morning, third row
In an old white church of a dirt road
Friday night lights, I betcha
We'd be sittin' in the seats I metcha

We'd have us a porch that would wrap around
Sippin' on something right now

If the world was a small town
I would've settled for the way we would've settled down
Boy, if I didn't feel so stuck I would've stuck around
Would've all been different, baby, maybe
We would've made it before I made it out
If the world was a small town
If the world was a small town

You were made for leavin'
And there was no way of you keepin'
Me inside those county lines
I had to see out way past the pines

I don't blame you so don't blame me
God didn't make you like he made me

But if the world was a small town
I would've settled for the way we would've settled down
Boy, if I didn't feel so stuck I would've stuck around
Would've all been different, baby, maybe
We would've made it before I made it out
If the world was a small town
Hey, yeah
If the world was a small town

Even though we're both in a different place now
I'd be lyin' if I said I didn't think about

If the world was a small town
I would've settled for the way we would've settled down
Boy, if I didn't feel so stuck I would've stuck around
Would've all been different, baby, maybe
We would've made it before I made it out
If the world was a small town
If the world was a small town
Hey, yeah

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