"Ab's Song (Marshall Tucker Band cover)" as written by and Toy Caldwell....
If I die at twenty three
Won't you bury me
In the sunshine?
Please let me know
That you're still mine
Though I'm gone
My love for you
Is, oh, so strong

And when the grass grows over me
Let me know
You still love me
Never put nobody else
Above me
Then I'll know
My love for you
Will always grow

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"Ab's Song" as written by Toy Caldwell


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    General CommentThis song reminds me of the torment that widows, in this case, young widows must face: whether to preserve the love once shared with a mere memory, or to remarry for company and/or solace.
    The point of view comes from a man asking his lover if he were to die while still young, if she will stay faithful though he is no longer present in the relationship. He tells her that if she can honestly say yes, then he will love her that much more.
    olivia11on November 01, 2010   Link

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