I remember the night I met you
Your pale blue eyes always looking like they were on the verge of tears
We spoke about nothing but somehow you felt so familiar
A cool rain was falling and we said goodbye
I remember asking you to coffee the next time we met
October leaves hanging I was playing it cool and I spilt my cup
But you just laughed and handed me your napkin
That became our spot by the window
I remember your head heavy on my shoulder
I remember the warmth of each kiss
I remember every word to your favorite songs
I remember slow dancing with you in the television light...
I don't remember what I did wrong?
But this time your pale blue eyes were really crying
We were waiting by the phone for the other to call
I should've caved in...
I should've prayed for rain and waited for you on your front porch
I do remember the next guy that held you who wasn't me
And I do remember the next lips I kissed that weren't yours
But you will always be my sweetest surrender