"Always, Always, Always, Never." as written by and Irving Berlin....
Remain close but stay away
Keep your distance but
Be careful how far you stray
Don't forget where you were born
Don't forget this moment

Don't you understand, sweetheart?
That we love you
But hate the ugly sin that you are
It may be best that you just leave
Get some help
And find some symphathy

Seven years before the drought
You looked around and said,
"This is what prosperity's about"
Pointing fingers 'til they're sore
Wasting time and waging war

And there's something kinda wrong
You're forming arguments
With lines from every old time gospel song
You heard when you were young
You just can't forget

Remain close but stay away
Keep your distance but
Be careful how far you stray
Don't forget where you were born
Don't forget this moment

And the closest thing to God
Is being next to you
In this rusted car
And I'm never going back
And I won't forget this moment

Remain close but stay away
Keep your distance but
Be careful how far you stray
Don't forget where you were born
Don't forget this moment

Don't forget this moment

Don't forget this moment

Don't forget this moment

Don't forget this moment

And the closest thing to God
Is being next to you
In this rusted car
And I'm never going back
And I won't forget this moment


Lyrics submitted by Kelp12

Always, Always, Always, Never. song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain