Chase Rice – If I Were Rock & Roll Lyrics

 

If I Were Rock & Roll Lyrics Chase Rice

If I Were Rock & Roll Lyrics

 

If I Were Rock & Roll Lyrics by Chase Rice

 

If I were a NASCAR man going round and round
Yeah, you know I’d be number three
If I were the best damn football in the south
I’d be the SEC
And if I were a Velcro stitched up stars and stripes
You can bet I’d be flying proud
Or pressed on the chest of America’s best
Putting bad dudes in the ground

And if I were rock ‘n’ roll
I’d be a middle finger in your face
If I were a lost soul
I’d be in church more than just Sunday
And if for some reason I was Jesus
I’d have a lot of forgiving to do
And if I weren’t a fool
Girl, I’d still be with you

If I were a granddaddy rocking on a rocking chair
I’d have a grandson on my lap
If I were a first time there, front porch stare
I’d pray she kissed me back
And if I were a rebel kid meeting with the man
Hearing Johnny Don’t Do That
With a guitar strapped, I’d go all black
And tell ’em all to kiss my ass

If I were rock ‘n’ roll
I’d be a middle finger in your face
If I were a lost soul
I’d be in church more than just Sundays
And if for some reason I was Jesus
I’d have a lot of forgiving to do
And if I weren’t a fool
Girl, I’d still be with you
Yeah, I’d still be with you

If I were a smart man
I wouldn’t just write you a song
Straight from the heart and
And pray you turned it on
No, I’d step it up and I’d mean it
When I look into your eyes
And I’d be on my way to Denver
And I’d be holding you tonight

If I were rock ‘n’ roll
I’d be a middle finger in your face
If I were a lost soul
I’d be in church more than just Sundays
And if for some reason I was Jesus
I’d have a lot of forgiving to do
And if I weren’t a fool
Girl, I’d still be with you
Yeah, yeah, I’d still be with you
I’d still be, oh, I’d still be with you
I’d still be, oh, I’d still be, oh
I’d still be with you
Yeah, I’d still be with you