and when the evening’s wearing thin
and i know you’re probably already asleep
it seems your body’s growin’ cold
and the days are feeling longer than our weeks

outside the ground is freezing now
and december’s coming-on is much too fast
and as the year is dying out
i hope this winter will not end up as our last

and i know
it’s just the pain of growing old
it reaches deep to the corners of our souls
but looking back on the fifty years we had
i couldn’t say that a single one was bad

i’m on my knees in the night
i’m praying to the lord above
oh that he will bless our lives
oh that he will bless our love
i’m on my knees in the night, i’m on my knees
i’m on my knees in the night, i’m on my knees

and when i know our youth is gone
it’s now safely locked behind our photographs
and though our lives are harder now
you still find the perfect way to make me laugh

and when i am a little scared
cause i know that one day one of us will pass
i’m sure i shouldn’t think this way
i can’t imagine you not right here by my side

but our eyes, they are younger than they seem
when i see you, feels like we’re still twenty-three
and looking back way back when i learned your name
from that day on, oh i’d do it all the same

i’m on my knees in the night
praying to the lord above
oh that he will bless our lives
oh that he will bless our love
i’m on my knees in the night,
i don’t know which way we should go
i pray the lord will use us still
or that he will call us home
i’m on my knees in the night, i’m on my knees
i’m on my knees in the night, i’m on my knees

and when the evening’s wearing thin
and i know you’re probably already asleep
these words will whisper in your ear
i’m in love with you
i’m in love with you


Lyrics submitted by sunflowerradio

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