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From the album True Strings

Acoustic Ballad

Lyrics

Words and music by Mitch Brookhyser and Danny Scholz

There’s a corner in my empty room
It holds the memory of you
Often on my wounded day
The rain is fallen I do slip away
As I reach inside my lonely heart it aches for you
Well, as it breaks for you

Well there’s a corner baby we both shared
Reminiscent of a song outdated
Dusty lanterns bare to light
All the pain of losing you
And when I close my eyes
I can still see images of you
Well, the finishes of you

Your laughter once made me smile
I took for granted you’d see it my way
Not realizing all the while
That would be yesterday

How I remember you
How I remember you
How I remember you
How I remember you
(remember you)

Well in the corner rest those notes and things
That made us, every thought of you
Resting like my shrine to hope
That a savior never finds
And all is lost but ties
that draw me to what once was you
well, and what once was true
but what is true

is that was a different story
I’m left with no words to say
For now it’s too late to worry
What could be yesterday

How I remember you
How I remember you
Whoa Whoa
Whoa Whoa