"The Hideaway" as written by John Buckner Crawford and Chas Sanford....
I woke up this morning and thought of you
It only brought tears to my eyes
'cause darling today is your wedding day
And I won't be there by your side
I've thought of the memories that we had shared
The beautiful nights and the days
The place that the two of us called our own
We called it the old hideaway

How I remember the hideaway
And what you wrote on the tree
You wrote that someday when we'd grown up
You'd marry nobody but me

Though you made that promise some time ago
I always thought that you would be true
But soon you will marry and I'm alone
Crying my heart out for you
She'll walk down the aisle now where I should be
And have your love for all time
No matter what memories you give to her
The hideaway will still be mine

How I remember the hideaway
And what you wrote on the tree
You wrote that someday when we'd grown up
You'd marry nobody but me

My baby
Goodbye baby
I'll never find nobody like you

How I remember the hideaway
And what you wrote on the tree
You wrote that someday when we'd grown up
You'd marry nobody but me



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