1983 @ UCSD Song Seven

I sit in this chair
Staring out to the ocean
Looking out over this city
Which fill’s these hills
That run down twords the sea
In this crowded room
I sit alone and silent
Knowing that what we’ve
Been waiting for
Will soon come to be
Yet
So many times in the past
I’ve had to overlook and turn away
From things I’ve dearly
Wanted to keep
Then thinking of you
Will you remember the days
Will you remember the times
When I held you close
When you held me tight
Will you remember the nights
Will you remember the smiles
When I looked into your eyes
To look at the love
Of my life
Will you remember
An autumn evening’s sunset
You and I alone by the sea
Cynthia I want you to know
You had nothing to prove to me
For the times that I held you
With nothing more to say
Those are the times
That I’ll carry with me
Until the end of day’s
So many times in the past
I’ve had to overlook and turn away
From things I’ve dearly wanted to keep
Then thinking of you,thinking of you
Will you remember the nights
Will you remember the times
When I held you close
When you held me tight
When I looked into your eyes
To look at the love of my life
Will you remember
Will you remember me

1983 @ UCSD Song Seven

whyerle

Everett, United States

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The one you can never forget

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