He picked her up some flowers
On a Sunday afternoon
They sat out on the porch swing
Underneath the crescent moon

Life times seemed to pass
Staring at the skies
And on the swing he gave her the ring
There were tears in her eyes

He said I pray I'm not alone
In my dreams about forever
You and I could become one
And always be together

We'd grow old and wise
Through all the days
For worse or for better
And now the truth 'cause I love you
Even now more than ever

And a lifetime flies but we'll fly farther
Into the night where the eyes of loneliness can never bother
All our dreams of together uneclipsed by never never
Lifetime flies it's in your eyes, but we'll fly farther

Fifty years have ridden off into the sunset
And the tears that we have cried have overflown
Here we are accounting scars, wounds of life and ending upsets
Your with me and I'm with you and I will never forget

Lifetime flies but we'll fly farther
Into the night where the eyes of loneliness will never bother
All our dreams of together uneclipsed by never never
Lifetime flies it's in your eyes, but we'll fly farther

He picked her up some flowers
On a Sunday afternoon
He rode the Grayhound bus past the house they used to swoon
He knelt beside the grave, hung his head, a teardrop fell
And on the stone the epitaph shone the words he knew so well...

Lifetime flies but we'll fly farther
Into the night where the eyes of loneliness will never bother
All our dreams of together uneclipsed by never never
Lifetime flies it's in your eyes, but we'll fly farther

Lifetime flies but we'll fly farther
Into the night where the eyes of loneliness will never bother
All our dreams of together, uneclipsed by never never
Lifetime flies it's in your eyes, but we'll fly farther

We'll fly farther
We'll fly farther

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