"I Still Do" as written by and Bob Nolan....
And I still do darling many happy years have passed away since you and I
Were tiny little boy and girl playing neath the summer sky
Do you recall the day I was bold enough to say
I love you dear I want you near and I still do
Yes I love the little girl I do I was tryin' to say that I loved you and I still do

Darling let you mem'ry stray and try to picture you and me
Roaming through the open field and playing in the hollow tree
The rocky hills above I climbed to show my love
For the little girl I loved so well and I still do
Yes I love the little girl

Darling close your weary eyes and let me take you by the hand
And straight way lead you through the past back to happy childhood land
And there we'll love again the same past we did then
Among the flowers we plant as ours and we still do
Yes I love the little girl


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"I Still Do" as written by Bob Nolan

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