What Ain't To Be Just Might Happen    (1972)

I've learned to live my life just a little bit lighter
Gonna look on the lonely days just a little bit brighter
My heart's been throwed around it ain't done enough laughin'
What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

It don't do no good to worry none
Just turns your hair gray while you're still young
Love can make you sing, start your hands a clappin'
What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

You can't never tell when love might find you
Could be miles away or right beside you
Some makes you hurt real bad, some makes you happy
What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

It don't do no good to worry none
Just turns your hair gray while you're still young
Love can make you sing, start your hands a clappin'
What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

I had a love one time sent me out on a ledge
Fourteen stories high, standin' on the edge
I don't want that kind no more to start my world a crackin'
What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

It don't do no good to worry none
Just turns your hair gray while you're still young
Love can make you sing, start your hands a clappin'
What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

What is to be will be, what ain't to be just might happen

Lyrics by Porter Wagoner.
Recorded by Porter Wagoner; Dolly Parton; others.


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