Who You'd Be Today Lyrics by Kenny Chesney


Kenny Chesney Lyrics

Who You'd Be Today Lyrics
Sunny Days Seem To Hurt The Most.
I Wear The Pain Like A Heavy Coat.
I Feel You Everywhere I Go.
I See Your Smile, I See Your Face,
I Hear You Laughin' In The Rain.
I Still Can't Believe You're Gone.

It Ain't Fair: You Died Too Young,
Like The Story That Had Just Begun,
But Death Tore The Pages All Away.
God Knows How I Miss You,
All The Hell That I've Been Through,
Just Knowin' No-one Could Take Your Place.
An' Sometimes I Wonder,
Who'd You Be Today?

Would You See The World? Would You Chase Your Dreams?
Settle Down With A Family,
I Wonder What Would You Name Your Babies?
Some Days The Sky's So Blue,
I Feel Like I Can Talk To You,
An' I Know It Might Sound Crazy.


It Ain't Fair: You Died Too Young,
Like The Story That Had Just Begun,
But Death Tore The Pages All Away.
God Knows How I Miss You,
All The Hell That I've Been Through,
Just Knowin' No-one Could Take Your Place.
An' Sometimes I Wonder,
Who You'd Be Today?

Today, Today, Today.
Today, Today, Today.

[instrumental Break]

Sunny Days Seem To Hurt The Most.
I Wear The Pain Like A Heavy Coat.
The Only Thing That Gives Me Hope,
Is I Know I'll See You Again Some Day.

Some Day, Some Day, Some Day.

Who You'd Be Today Info:

• Bill Luther & Aimee Mayo share writing credits on the song. Buddy Cannon & Kenny Chesney produced the track for the album 'The Road and the Radio'

• The single was released in 2005, certified gold by the RIAA, and peaked at #2 Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. It also peaked at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.




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