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I Wish Grandpas Never Died lyrics 

Song by Riley Green

I wish girls you loved never gave back diamond rings
I wish every porch had a swing
Wish kids still learned to say “sir” and “ma’am”
How to shake a hand
I wish every state had a Birmingham
I wish everybody knew all the words to Mama Tried
I wish Monday mornings felt just like Friday nights
And I wish even cars had truck beds
And every road was named Copperhead
And coolers never run out of cold Bud Light
And I wish high school home teams never lost
And back road drinkin’ kids never got caught
And I wish the price of gas was low and cotton was high
I wish honky tonks didn’t have no closing time
And I wish grandpas never died
I wish Sunday’s on a creek bank would never end
Wish I could learn to drive again
Wish the first time, seventeen
She was my everything
Kiss in a Chevrolet could happen every day
I wish everybody overseas was gonna make it home
I wish Country music still got played on Country radio
And I wish even cars had truck beds
And every road was named Copperhead
And coolers never run out of cold Bud Light
And I wish high school home teams never lost
And back road drinkin’ kids never got caught
And I wish the price of gas was low and cotton was high
I wish honky tonks didn’t have no closing time
And I wish grandpas never died
Never died
And I wish good dogs never got grey and old
I wish farms never got sold
And I wish even cars had truck beds
And every road was named Copperhead
And coolers never run out of cold Bud Light
I wish high school home teams never lost
And back road drinkin’ kids never got caught
And I wish the price of gas was low and cotton was high
I wish honky tonks didn’t have no closing time
And I wish grandpas never died
I wish grandpas never died

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