By: AJ Bigler and Cathy Jones
The last time I saw you, I touched your face and you drove out of sight
Told myself over and over, I’d be alright.
Over coffee we laughed about the old times and those feelings came flooding back
But a look at your hand with a wedding band, said, not a good plan
But if I had a second chance how wrong would it have been, if I took your face between hands and then.
One long deep kiss, what would it have changed, probably nothing maybe lives rearranged, one long deep kiss, will be better left undone, still it’s a haunting song, left unsung
You were that special soul that built a bridge to mine, like a fool I didn’t see it at the time. I don't
I don’t live with regret, I’m so much richer because we met with each corner turned is a lesson learned and sometimes bridges burned
Still it’s haunting song, left unsung.
Copyright Arnold Bigler, Cathy Jones 2006