Sometimes I think that I'm just a comfort to her
And not that same young lover
From the days of Fenway and Kenmore
But this is better than before
Oh now is better than before

Sometimes I think that my cheeks had more color in the past
And that my heart once did beat more fast
In the days of the Fenway and Kenmore
But this really is better than before
Oh now is better than before

I've loved her all of these years
I've loved her all of these years
Sometimes I wonder can I really still call this a flame
Or should I find another name
But then It's yesterday once more
Except it's better than it was before
Oh now is better than before

I've loved her all of these years
I've loved her all of these years

Guitar!


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