Just lying here
With this song in my head
And I'll always think of you
When I hear it once again

We were walking through the halls
All we did was talk
You looked me in the eyes
And said come on lets walk

Your voice it makes me shake
With love that’s pure and true
I was lifted to the heavens
I loved being with you

I prayed for days
That I could be caught in that memory
And see that dream replay
But to no avail I’ll stay

I remember as we walked the halls
I looked you in the eyes
God, I love your eyes
And you didn’t look away

You started singing a song you wrote
And I’d never heard before
As we walked right out the door
I wish you’d sing some more

You sounded like an angel
I wish I could have told you
But we finished singing together
And you said but one more word

I loved that dream
Your eyes, your voice
The talk, our walk
I stayed between
The dream and somber 6 AM
Where I was lying once again

To this moment
I can’t remember
Where that song was from
or how I knew the words
But I hear it in my thoughts

I can’t remember how to sing it
Or any of the lyrics
But I love it when you sing
And I love you when I hear it

I wish we could have said goodbye
Or at least have said goodnight
But it was morning now
So Goodmorning to you

I’ll see you again
Sooner or later
I’ll hear you sing
And I’ll finally know

What you sang to me
And what I sang with you
It’s always you
My dream come true


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