Teddy Galbis

Teddy Galbis

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That'd Be Me

Written By: Ted Woolston

That’d Be Me

On a bench there sits an old man, talkin’ to himself,
Thinkin’ about the woman he lost, in his search for fame and wealth.
And he gets lonely, and it’s easy to see,
If I hadn’t a’ met you girl, I know where I’d be,
See that old man sittin’ there,
That’d be me.

In a jail sits a man, a bible in his hands
Prayin’ for forgiveness as he tries to understand
And he gets tired, and he longs to be free,
If I hadn’t a’ met you girl, I know where I’d be,
Yeah, see that man behind those bars,
That’d be me.

That’d be me (You’re my salvation)
That’d be me (You saved my life)
That’d be me
If I’ve achieved anything, it’s because you’ve been my wife.
Now I want the world to know, I thank God constantly,
For if ever a man was saved by love, girl,
That’d be me.

In a rocking chair sits a man, a baby girl in his hands.
She made him a Grandpa and he’s her biggest fan.
And he’s so thankful that he’s alive to see
His children around him and that grandchild on his knee.
Yeah, see that man with the silly grin,
That’d be me.

That’d be me (You’re my salvation)
That’d be me (You saved my life)
That’d be me
If I’ve achieved anything, it’s because you’ve been my wife.
Now I want the world to know, I thank God constantly,
For if ever a man was saved by love, girl,
That’d be me.
Yeah, if ever a man was saved by love, girl,
That’d be me.

© Ted Woolston 2010
a.k.a. Teddy Galbis