"Since You've Asked" as written by and Judy Collins....
What I'll give you since you asked
Is all my time together;
Take the rugged sunny days,
The warm and rocky weather,
Take the roads that I have walked along,
Looking for tomorrow's time,
Peace of mind.

As my life spills into yours,
Changing with the hours
Filling up the world with time,
Turning time to flowers,
I can show you all the songs
That I never sang to one man before.

We have seen a million stone lying by the water,
You have climbed the hills with me
To the mountain shelter.
Taken off the days, one by one,
Setting them to breathe in the sun.

Take the lilies and the lace
From the days of childhood,
All the willow winding paths
Leading up and outward.
This is what I give
This is what I ask you for;
Nothing more


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"Since You Asked" as written by Judy Collins

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    General CommentI would bet that this song has been sung at at least as many weddings as Noel Paul Stookey's "Wedding Song". It's a bride's vow to her husband-to-be (and what she expects in return--vide the next to last line).
    jejones3141on September 14, 2009   Link

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