Edwina Reizer

Rookie - 22 Points (12/22/1937 / LAKEWOOD, NJ)

I'm Still in Love


Suppose the stars refused to shine
because they knew that you're not mine
What would I do? What would I do?
And suppose the thunder that I hear
Would never stop ‘cause you're not here
What would I do? What would I do?

Would I call you up and lose my pride
and tell you Baby how I've cried?
Would it change anything?
or always have me say?


*** I'm still in love, I'm still in love with you.
And all those things up in the sky
could never feel like I.
I'm still in love, I'm still in love with you.
And the thunder can roar up in the sky
and never feel like I.


Suppose the moon refused to glow
because it knew I'm feeling low.
What would I do? What would I do?
And suppose the clouds would not depart
because they knew you broke my heart
What would I do? What would I do?

If I made that call and asked you why
all those things made me cry
Would it change anything?
Or always have me say.

REPEAT ***




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Edwina Reizer

Submitted: Thursday, March 21, 2013

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