"Still The One" as written by John J Hall and Johanna D Hall....
We've been together since way back when
Sometimes I never want to see you again
But I want you to know, after all these years
You're still the one I want whisperin' in my ear

You're still the one -- I want to talk to in bed
Still the one -- that turns my head
We're still having fun, and you're still the one

I looked at your face every day
But I never saw it 'til I went away
When winter came, I just wanted to go (wanted to go)
Deep in the desert, I longed for the snow

You're still the one -- that makes me laugh
Still the one -- that's my better half
We're still having fun, and you're still the one

You're still the one -- that makes me strong
Still the one -- I want to take along
We're still having fun, and you're still the one (yes you are)

Changing, our love is going gold
Even though we grow old, it grows new

You're still the one -- that I love to touch
Still the one -- and I can't get enough
We're still having fun, and you're still the one

You're still the one -- who can scratch my itch
Still the one -- and I wouldn't switch
We're still having fun, and you're still the one

You are still the one -- that makes me shout
Still the one -- that I dream about
We're still having fun, and you're still the one
You're still the one, yeah still the one
We're still having fun, and you're still the one


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"Still the One" as written by Johanna D Hall Johanna Hall

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    General CommentWow this song is incredible. The spectacular four-part harmonies, the infallibly upbeat melody, the beautifully heartfelt lyrics - the criteria for a perfect tune, in my opinion. Part of what makes a song so great is its ability to convey its message without confusion to just about any listener, and this song does just that. It's about a couple that's "been together since way back when," and even through all of the minor frustrations of a marriage, he still feels the same passion for her that he felt when he first met her, stronger even. Fantastic song.
    Compuwiz19on July 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOne of my Facebook friends from high school comments several pictures of my husband & me with lyrics from this song..."Still havin' fun after all these years!" Together 28 years, our friends consider us the "benchmark couple" and have said that if we don't stay together, there is no hope for anyone. This was not the song at our wedding. It was Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes". However, now this song fits equally well and we consider it our new theme song, along with the old one. The lyrics are realistic in that he says sometimes he never wants to see her again but she's still the one he wants. No long-term relationship is 100% perfect but if you've been together for 20 years or more, chances are very good that you've had at least one major crisis of some type in your relationship, often more than one- that's life. When you go through issues with your kids, job loss or financial setbacks or other tough marriage issue, you learn what they mean by the phrase "marriage is work". If you work together and get through the tough times, your marriage will be so much richer because of it. You have that much more respect for each other because you are a "team" who actually enjoys each other's company. I LOVE this song! "Changing, our love is going gold. Even though we grow old, it grows new." And HE is STILL "the one"! :-)
    RoseTeaCup1216on October 11, 2010   Link
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    General Commentthis song deffinetly reminds me of my ex boyfriend..we were together for 2 years, and he is still my best friend in the world, and still the only one who can truly make me happy.
    colleeniestarron March 27, 2003   Link
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    General CommentMakes me think of a man that I could have had but turned down after we were so close to actually getting together, I turned him down for my now ex, one of the biggest if not the biggest regret of my life, and now he has some one else, and I still wish I was with him..........*sighs*
    MayorMenleyon December 07, 2004   Link
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    General CommentGeorge W. Bush used this song as a theme song for his 2004 re-election campaign. The Bush campaign was forced to stop because they failed to obtain permission from the copyright owner, songwriter John Hall. Hall also supported Bush's opponent, John Kerry. In September 2005, the band offered Senator Bill Nelson (D-Florida) to use the song for his re-election bid against Katherine Harris, the Republican secretary of state who helped deliver Florida to George W. Bush in 2000. This song would be a good campaign theme song for an incumbent running for re-election and reminds me of Fleetwood Mac's "Dont Stop" since both evoke happy feelings.
    Blue387on February 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so beautiful and sweet...Sings about the feelings you have for "the one".
    I've already planned to play this song at my wedding. Hehe.
    myfavoriteaccidenton May 24, 2008   Link

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