Treasure Island

Mariah Williams

(November 1,1990 / Alabama)

Do you remember...because I do


I remember when you said I love you
I remember when I said yeah me too

I remember when you said love me
I remember when you carved our names in that old oak tree

I remember our first kiss
and I ignored the fact that you missed

I remember when you said together...always
I remember when I stood in front of you dazzled and amazed

I remember the sparkle in your eyes and
I remember the tears you made me cry

I remember when I could never be truly honest with you
I remember me packing, and you asking is there anything that I can do

I remember when I looked into your eyes and
I remember when we said our goodbyes

Submitted: Friday, June 08, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 09, 2011

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