Say goodbye to my brother
Mom and dad, friends and lover
It was thirty years ago, I remember this place
I was sent to the world and God’s saving grace
Now I’ve left with you with a lot of days to wonder

Will you carry me, down the aisle
Will you bury me, down the aisle
And will you pray for me, at the end of the aisle

Jennifer, you’re always on my mind
Four days to go, frozen in time
Why you loved me I don’t know why
You explained it to me and it made me cry
Now, count the days and join me side by side

Will you walk with me, down the aisle
Will you marry me, down the aisle
And will you dance with me, at the end of the aisle

Fed the dogs, let out the cat
Wish my bike didn’t have a flat
Fixed the model plane that fell off the wall
And run the Lionel just down the hall

When you think of me, my brother, stop on by
When you hear that train, that Dash-8 in the night
I’ll look out for my home from across the field
Through the corn and the trees where we laughed and heeled
And all the lessons that we learned of wrong and right

Will you laugh with me, down the aisle
Please pray for me, down the aisle
Sing one for me, at the end of the aisle
Remember me (down the aisle)
Say goodbye for me (down the aisle)
And will you ride with me just one more mile


Lyrics submitted by pittsburghgirl92

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