Someday We’re All Gonna Die Lyrics – Ron Pope

My grandpa was fast
As New Jersey lightning
That flashed ‘cross the summertime sky
He was light on his feet
But time is a thief
And now his stories have seen ten thousand miles

Someday we’re all gonna die
God willing, today ain’t the day
So pour me a drink
And give me one song to sing
And then I will be on my way

Now I am the child
Of an honest mistake
Some puppy love that went too far
So I grew up fast
Well the world handled that
I’ve seen more done with less, ain’t so hard

Someday we’re all gonna die
God willing, today ain’t the day
So pour me a drink
And give me one song to sing
And then I will be on my way

Now what does it mean
When you can’t believe
In the things they taught you were real?
Well I am not sure
Don’t know much anymore
But I wish I recalled how to feel

Someday we’re all gonna die
God willing, today ain’t the day
So pour me a drink
And give me one song to sing
And then I will be on my way

Someday we’re all gonna die
God willing, today ain’t the day
So pour me a drink
And give me one song to sing
And then I will be on my way
And then I will be on my way

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