What I Remember Most

by Bob Davoli

Genre: Americana/Country

Lyrics

What I Remember Most
What I remember most about making love with you
Is not just your passion my dear
What I remember most is how tenderly you held me in your arms
Many moons ago when our love began to grow
We lay down anywhere, anytime
Oh the bugles rang and our love aromas lingered in the air
Do not fear my dear that Winter is so near
Even falling stars still twinkle in the sky
And blue notes cry both bitter and sweet tears
Even doubting Tom’s still dance inside their dreams
Shadows are growing long and we hear the Autumn song
All we have to do is sing along
Do not worry if we can’t dance as deep into the night
The last stop is not the end of the line
As long as poetry is keeping time
Old trees grow new branches and lovers never stop taking chances
Do not fear my dear that Winter is so near
Even falling stars still twinkle in the sky
And blue notes cry both bitter and sweet tears
Even doubting Tom’s still dance inside their dreams
What I remember most about making love with you
Is not just your passion my dear
What I remember most is how tenderly you held me in your arms
What I remember most is how tenderly you held me in your arms

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