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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One Thing Right

I’ve fought my demons my whole life long
At times I’ve been weak when I should've been strong
Good lord knows, I’ve done a lot of things wrong
But I sure did one thing right

She came into this world on December the 5th
Seven weeks early – it scared us to death
Tiny little thing barely three pounds
When they said I could hold her, I didn’t know how
But I learned
And seeing her bright smile tonight
I know I sure did one thing right

We had our problems, her mother and me
Almost split up back in late ’93
When there seemed nothing left, she made us see
That we sure did one thing right

From pink baby booties to white ballet shoes
From crayons to crushes and ankle tattoos
She broke her right arm when she was fifteen
It kept her from making the volleyball team
How she cried
She’s stubborn but mostly polite
Yeah, we sure did one thing right

Slumber parties, the senior prom
Tell me where all the years have gone

She carries herself with such grace and style
Takes my left arm and gives me a smile
Her mother looks back from her seat on the aisle
In the flicker of soft candlelight, she’s a vision in ivory tonight
Can you blame me for bursting with pride?
Yeah, we sure did one thing right

Copyright 2004
Will Hopkins
(615) 708-1950

Song Length
Country - General, Folk - Contemporary

Lyric Credits Will Hopkins
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