"Love Still Remains" as written by and Kate Wolf....
I went home to a place I swore I'd never see again
Though it's different now there's hardly anything that hasn't changed
And the friends I know have grown and moved away
But the love I felt for you still remains
I walked down past the buildings, stand empty and unused
Where you asked me one more time if I'd stay
And then you cried when I refused
Oh that was long ago
I moved away and I changed my name
But the love I felt for you still remains
It remains it blows down the dusty streets
And rise above the rain
And rooms locked the time away
Out on the open plains
Yes the love I felt for you still remains
All I can say is I always thought you'd be there when I came
But you wanted more and I could say the same
Now I'm leaving like a boxcar on some lonesome westbound train
But the love I felt for you still remains
It remains it blows down the dusty streets
And rise above the rain
And rooms locked the time away
Out on the open plains
Yes the love I felt for you still remains
And rooms locked the time away
Out on the open plains
Yes the love I felt for you still remains


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"Love Still Remains" as written by Kate Wolf

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