Tim Mcgraw & Faith Hill – The Rest Of Our Life


Oh, we’ll be young, oh we’ll be young
You brighten my day
Son; it’d be [?]
Even if time takes its toll
I’ll stay young for the rest of my life

So I take your hand and ask you

If my waistline goes, I’ll be fine
There’s one thing I should be giving up, giving up now
If one gray hair shows, I’ll be fine
Even when time takes its toll
Oh, I’ll be fine

If my gray hair shows, I’ll be fine

Even if time takes its toll

If my waistline goes, I’ll be fine
I got something to run past you
Sitting with you in a dark room
Have you made plans for the rest of your life?
If my waistline goes, I’ll be fine
With you, I’ll stay young for the rest of my life
I’ve been making plans for children
[Tim McGraw:]
We’ll stay young for the rest of our life
Daughter; it’d be Rose
Oh, I’ll be fine
I just hope I say it right
I don’t really care about those storm clouds brewing
[Faith Hill:]
And that’s worryin’ about life
There’s one thing I should be giving up, giving up now
Oh, I’ll be fine
[Tim McGraw & Faith Hill:]
We’ll stay young for the rest of our lives
You know there’s just something about you
Since I’ve been looking in your eyes
Oh, as long as you’re hear by my side
If one gray hair shows, I’ll be fine
We’ll stay young for the rest of our lives
Oh, we’ll be young, when we’re old
And that’s worrying about life
[Tim McGraw & Faith Hill:]
Warm by a fireplace
With you
I even have names picked out for them