What If

by Samantha Margret

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"What If," Margret's debut single, came out in 2017. It portrays the anxiety inherent in learning what we love.

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released September 7, 2017

All songs written by Samantha Margret
c. 2016 Samantha Margret (ASCAP)
Album artwork & design by Hallye Webb

Recorded and Mixed by Basement 3 Productions (B3P) and Indless Productions
Mastered by Basement 3 Productions (B3P)

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Samantha Margret San Francisco, California

Samantha Margret is a singer songwriter and San Francisco native. At a young age, Samantha carried around a miniature cassette recorder, jam packed with the insightful lyrics of a six year old. She would discover the piano shortly thereafter, but wouldn’t dust off the keys to accompany herself until around 11. Samantha’s songwriting grew into her first EP, “Wandering I.” ... more

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Track Name: What If
What if she's pretty? What if she's grand?
What if you loved me only on the other hand?
What if there's music you've never heard
When you listen to her lips 'round the words?

Oh how time rolls along and changes its song.
Oh and once we were young, but, now that youth's gone,
I'll be on my way.

What if she dances bendin' her arms?
What if her curves remind you when we were charmed?
What if that starlight, for us now it's fadin' away,
Wraps around your love, and you hear it say,

Oh how time rolls along and changes its song.
Oh and once we were young, but, now that youth's gone,
I'll be on my way.

What if my high heels get caught in the stones,
And off on adventure we end up all alone?
What if your dark hair shines in the sun,
And catches the wandering eye of some wandering one?

Oh how time rolls along and changes its song.
Oh and once we were young, but, now that youth's gone,
I'll be on my way.

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