Will Hopkins

Will Hopkins

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
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Member Since: 2003
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Lyrics

MY LAST SUNSET

When I'm out in Rappahannock and my working day is done
I head out to the back porch to catch the setting sun
It's a time for taking stock, a time for making plans
For asking if I'm being true to who I really am

Fifty years may pass before they carve my name in stone
Or it could be tomorrow when I make my journey home
None of us can know when we'll take our final breath
So we've gotta make the most of every moment we have left

And as a red sun fades and paints the western sky
I wonder how I'll feel when it's finally my time
Will I have a sense of peace or be haunted by regret
When I face my last sunset
When I face my last sunset

There are mountains to be climbed
Dreams I haven't chased
Life's the sweetest wine and I've only had a taste
But you only go round once, and the years fly by so fast
By the time you're getting started, and it's over just like that

And as a red sun fades and paints the western sky
I wonder how I'll feel when it's finally my time
Will I have a sense of peace or be haunted by regret
When I face my last sunset
When I face my last sunset

BRIDGE

As a red sun fades behind that old Blue Ridge
I know that I am blessed to be living where I live
Oh it's here in Rappahannock you can lay me down to rest
When I face my last sunset
When I face my last sunset

Will Hopkins / Ellen Britton

Song Length
3:21
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Classical - General


Lyric Credits Will Hopkins/ Ellen Britton
Music Credits Will Hopkins / Ellen Britton