Time Machine

Raymond Peace sent the lyrics to this song I wrote some time ago. It was recorded by our
late good friend Joel Mathis. Someday Misty and I hope to record it, too. It's one of our
favorites. Thanks to Raymond for remembering.


If I had a time machine
I'd fill the tank with gasoline
And then I'd crank it up and set the dial for yesterday
Bells would ring and lights would light:
Red, and green and pink and white
And my machine and I would fly away

If I had a time machine
To take me back to New Orleans
We could play those old love scenes again.
I wish I may, I wish I might
Spend no more lonely days and nights 
Everything would be alright
If I had a time machine.

(Verse 2) 
And, if the day should come again
You'd leave me without a friend
That's not as bad as it may seem
Id head on out to my garage
Move my '57 Dodge
And brush the cobwebs off my time machine

(Repeat chorus.) 

Words and music by Jack Blanchard. Copyright  Jack Blanchard Songs (BMI). 
All rights reserved. Lyrics reprinted by kind permission of the author.


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