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TITLE: If You Can't Sing Worth A Lick
By A . WAL
04/07/09
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If You Can't Sing Worth A Lick

First verse

Malfunctioning singers out there,
listen up, this one's for you;
I know you don't think it's fair
because of all the work you do.

But we all make mistakes,
no one starts professional;
So give it all it takes,
and I just want you to know,

Chorus

If you can't sing worth a lick,
then you should sing anyway;
If your voice makes others sick,
I'm sure they'll be all right some day.

If what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,
then bellow it out and sing it longer.

If you can't sing worth a lick,
Sing Anyway.

Second verse

If you're standing before a crowd,
and you're shaking uncontrollably;
If you can't make your good voice loud,
or your mike decides it's born free.

If you can feel your heart inside your head,
or your face turns Bob-The-Tomato red;

If you can't sing worth a lick,
Sing Anyway

CHORUS

If you can't sing worth a lick,
you should sing anyway;
If your voice makes others sick,
I sure they'll be all right some day.

If what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,
then bellow it out and sing it longer.

If you can't sing worth a lick,
Sing Anyway.

Third verse

If you forget the words and you can't speak,
or you stumble and your legs give way;
If you set off such a high pitched squeak,
that you make a garage door sway;

If your voice turns from squealing-dog,
to something like Kermit-The-Frog;

If you can't sing worth a lick,
Sing Anyway

(I'm skipping the Chorus right here)

Last verse

If you mess up again and again,
trying to make a joyful noise;
If you just want to praise Him,
it doesn't matter about your voice.

If you love the Lord and you can't resist,
then I want you to remember this,

Chorus

If you can't sing worth a lick,
you should sing anyway.
It's the words that will stick,
and they'll understand some day.

If what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,
then bellow it out and sing it longer.

If you can't sing worth a lick,
Sing Anyway.
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