"Still Love You" as written by and Rod Stewart....
I was told by a good friend
You were untouchable, out of my reach.
But the first time ever I saw you,
I spilled my cherry lime over your dress.
You said, "Don't you worry, it's not my best one."
First encounter, hardly the best.

But I would not change a thing
If I could do it all over again.
All I'm tryin' to say in my awkward way is,
"I still love you."

Didn't I try to impress you,
But my old Chevy van kept breakin' down.
And my one room over the drugstore,
We watched the neon lights go out over town.

And some nights we'd go out dancin',
Come home singin' by the Erie Canal.
Two hearts gently poundin'
As that mornin' train came janglin' through.

But I would not change a thing
If I could do it all over again.
All I'm tryin' to say in my awkward way is,
"I still love you."

Well darlin', didn't I promise
I'd never go so far away again?
But here I am writin' this letter;
Goodbye to you, my love, see you again.

But I would not change a thing
If I could do it all over again.
All I'm tryin' to say in my awkward way is,
"I still love you."


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"Still Love You" as written by Rod Stewart

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