There he sits lonely by the wayside
Just a kid, nine years, seven days
He tries to stand but he keeps on falling
Pretends to smile as he turns away

Little girl sits up by her window
Crying tears that line her face
They make her look so much older
But inside she’s nine years, seven days

Then comes the day when he saw her crying
And he sat down by her side
She said ‘thanks, but I must be going’
He said ‘use my sleeve to dry your eyes’

Then she showed him that he was not alone
He remembered the day she said hello
Hello

I want to thank you for today
Promise me you’ll be there tomorrow
Tell me I am more than just a memory
From all the things that we have done
I know that you are the one
Let me know everything is more than a memory
More than a memory

They grew up and they fought their battles
And they knew they’d have to say goodbye
On the day that they graduated
He said ‘you have changed my life’

When she showed him that he was not alone
He remembered the day she said hello
Hello

I want to thank you for today
Promise me you’ll be there tomorrow
Tell me I am more than just a memory
From all the things that we have done
I know that you are the one
Let me know everything is more than a memory
More than a memory
More than a memory

They grew old and lost touch
And they slowly died
Before the end she got a phone call
I just wanted to say goodbye

I want to thank you for today
Promise me you’ll be there tomorrow
Tell me that I am more than just a memory
From all the things that we have done
I know that you are the one
Let me know everything is more than memory
More than a memory



Lyrics submitted by foolish.heart

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