All Good Things

All Good Things

G. Wendell & A. Harley

 

 

I don’t remember, when it all began,

Yet I know when it all came to an end.

And I so wish, I never laid eyes on you,

And that I never came over that afternoon.

 

Because that night, something new began,

That would shape the person of who I am.

You showed me the world from a different view,

In the sweet serenity.  Lying next to you.

 

If you don’t know what you’ve missed

Then I’d say ignorance is bliss.

And I don’t want to live in regret,

So I remind myself from time and time again

All good things must come to an end

 

Every girl I’ve been with ever since then,

Falls short to you by comparison.

Perhaps I can learn, to forgive myself someday,

For losing you because, you are the one that got away

 

If you don’t know what you’ve missed

Then I’d say ignorance is bliss.

And I don’t want to live in regret,

So I remind myself from time and time again

All good things must come to an end

 

Is it too late I often worry,

To say “I love you still and I’m sorry?”

But someone new has you to hold

While the man in the mirror is alone and getting old, I’m getting old.

 

If you don’t know what you’ve missed

Then I’d say ignorance is bliss.

And I don’t want to live in regret,

So I remind myself from time and time again

All good things must come to an end

 

I can’t remember when it all began…

 


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