Who sang if "If I Were a Carpenter"?


Tim Hardin wrote "If I Were a Carpenter" and sang the song on his 1962 album. He also performed "If I Were a Carpenter" at Woodstock in 1969.

Several subsequent singers recorded their own covers of "If I Were a Carpenter." Bobby Darrin's 1966 version of "If I Were a Carpenter" became a Top 10 hit. The Four Tops' 1968 recording of "If I Were a Carpenter" hit the Top 20 on the soul and pop charts. Johnny Cash and June Carter recorded a Grammy award-winning duet version of "If I Were a Carpenter" in 1970 that reached the number-two spot on the country charts.

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If I were a carpenter
And you were a lady,
Would you marry me anyway?
Would you have my baby?
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