"Bakery Window Wedding" as written by and Katherine Kathy Kallic....
Bakery window wedding, cardboard paste and paint
Pretty as a picture, but it ain't
It's not a movie and it's not a book
This time it's for real
This is how I feel
Solid and sad
The feelings are bad
But they're mine and now is the time to change

It looked so perfect, looked so right, looked so fine and fair
Inside only air, nothing there
We looked so good together
We looked so much alike
There must be more to life
Like something to share
Something small
Like walking and talking in the late afternoon

How do these things happen, where did the passion die
When did I get too busy to love my wife [To be your wife]
Guess it's not easy
Guess it's not free
I guess it really takes work
That's what the love is worth
More than words
The way things were on our very first Valentine's Day

Bakery window wedding
Cardboard paste and paint
Pretty as a picture
But it ain't




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"Bakery Window Wedding" as written by Katherine Kathy Kallic

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