You'll always be here,
under the moonlight and in my thoughts.
By the dockside
your golden hair shined bright
Two hearts sitting close by a new river, down by the riverside
I'll alwas remember us in the sun,
now I'm shining through your blue eyes
Blue like the summer sky
The light of every grove
That's something we both know.
The leaves still sway although we're letting go.
Beneath the sky and in the trees
White flowers
One will outshine the others
Throughout the trees,
a flower


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    this song is just... beautiful!!!!

    xxcrossmyheartxxon July 28, 2002   Link
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    xxcrossmyheartxx couldnt have said it better... when i first listened to it i knew this song would be amazing just by the first two lines...so beautifullllll

    thirdengineon April 07, 2003   Link
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    I cannot get this song out of my head. I'm not entirely sure why, but, there it is.

    Jp7010on February 17, 2006   Link
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    The Rocking Horse Winner needs to get back together. NOW! I miss their music. This is the RHW at their very best.

    Clark Gableon June 27, 2006   Link

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