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4/14/03

Tell someone that you love

Songs fill our lives. Some are nothing but some toe-tapping fun. Others call up moments from our past, both good and bad.

Some carry meaning for each day.

This Garth Brooks song has been a favorite of mine for several years. I merely wanted it to be part of my journal, so Caren -- and the world -- knows how much I love her.


If tomorrow never comes
Written by: Kent Blazy, Garth Brooks

Sometimes late at night
I lie awake and watch her sleeping
She's lost in peaceful dreams
So I turn out the lights and lay there in the dark
And the thought crosses my mind
If I never wake up in the morning
Would she ever doubt the way I feel
About her in my heart

CHORUS
If tomorrow never comes
Will she know how much I loved her
Did I try in every way to show her every day
That she's my only one
And if my time on earth were through
And she must face the world without me
Is the love I gave her in the past
Gonna be enough to last
If tomorrow never comes

'Cause I've lost loved ones in my life
Who never knew how much I loved them
Now I live with the regret
That my true feelings for them never were revealed
So I made a promise to myself
To say each day how much she means to me
And avoid that circumstance
Where there's no second chance to tell her how I feel

CHORUS
So tell that someone that you love
Just what you're thinking of
If tomorrow never comes

Robert

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