"That's Another Song" as written by John Paul Daniel, Richard Belmont (monty) Powell, Doug Pincock and Jule Medders....
I used to sing to her
It used to make her smile
She knew all the words
For a while
I sang love me tender
Always and forever
Hold me baby all night long
I could go on and on
But that's another song

We used to go for walks
On a country road like this
It's funny all the small
Things you miss

Like puttin' pennies on a train track
The way you brushed your hair back
The sun on your face
I wish I were there today
But that's another place

Oh, the way I used to hold her
The things I should've told her
If I could make the clock unwind
Back to when she was mine
But that's another time

Oh, the way I used to hold her
The things I should've told her
If I could make the clock unwind
Back to when she was mine
But that's another time

I could go on and on and on
But that's another song


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"That's Another Song" as written by Monty Powell Jule Medders

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    General CommentI am surprised by the lack of comments on Bryan White songs, a great country singer who has realy meaningful songs, this song always reminds me of my time as a young teenager and makes me smile. Great song and great job on this one Bryan
    Aigloson December 08, 2005   Link

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