Treasure Island

Bill Simmons


Recall Of The Heart (A Song)


I don't remember this part at all
It was love, honor and cherish, I recall
For days and days on end
The fighting never ends
I don't remember this part at all

I remember when we both stood at the altar
I remember when we both took our vows
I remember loving you
And you loving me
I remember love was what it was about

I don't remember hurt
I don't remember cruel
I don't remember
Heartaches to come
Was in the words when I said the words, I do

I remember every line
It all still comes to mind
I, ve searched my heart
For every part
But I don't remember this part at all

I don't remember tears
Or sleeping in seperate beds
I didn't know
That heartbreaks
Was in the words, I thee wed

Oh what have we done
I love you, you know I do
Why can't we go back some way
To you still loving me,
And me still loving you.

Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2004

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