"I Will Still Love You" as written by and Robert Strauss....
I WILL STILL LOVE YOU
Stonebolt

Love 'em and leave 'em
Give them the air
Hurt and deceive them
Say you don't care
Break their hearts and let them fall
Like rain on your back stairs
Then call me up tomorrow
You know I'll still be there

When the moon disappears forever
And the sun shines electric blue
And the mountains and trees tumble into the sea
To rest there for eternity
No matter what you do
I will still love you

So if all your bridges go up in flames
And if all your lovers strike you too tame
Or some sad song of love you hear
Can make you call my name
I will be there in a minute
And you know I'll feel the same

When the moon disappears forever
And the sun shines electric blue
And the mountains and trees tumble into the sea
To rest there for eternity
No matter what you do
I will still love you

So the weary traveler
Tired of passing through
Stops to get his bearings
And stays on to wait for you

When the moon disappears forever
And the sun shines electric blue
And the mountains and trees tumble into the sea
To rest there for eternity
No matter what you do
I will still love you
I will still love you


Lyrics submitted by lobo81865

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    Song MeaningThis is really a wonderful song! It shows love at it's finest (both unconditional and eternal)!

    - When the moon disappears forever
    And the sun shines electric blue
    And the mountains and trees tumble into the sea
    To rest there for eternity
    No matter what you do
    I will still love you


    Jaxtaz101on April 30, 2009   Link

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