Most of my life I've been moving around
From city to country, from city to town
Now I feel like I can turn my own page
If we meet again, well I hope I can say

That I still love you
Yes I do, yes I do, yes I do
And I still want you
Yes, it's true, yes it's true, yes it's true

You wanted babies, I wanted a war
And our bodies are meant for nothing but chores
Still rattles the bone when I hold a gun
And would things be different if we had a son

And I know things didn't turn out like we planned
It was your love for those men that I don't understand
And abuses you'd suffered in times that had past
I heard your new love and I think it'll last

Though I still love you
Yes I do, yes I do, yes I do
And I still want you
Yes I do, yes I do, yes I do

I looked down at these hands for 65 years
Through mirrors I've seen some laughter and tears
Seeing your name spelled out on a stone
That never have I felt so alone

Cuase I still love you
Yes I do, yes I do, yes I do
But I can't have you
Is it true? Is it true? Yes it, it's true.
Is it true? Is it true? Yes it, it's true.
Is it true? Is it true? Yes it, it's true.


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