Every Other Memory

Album: Life At Best (2011)
  • I have this vision in my head
    Of your little black suitcase lying on the bed
    You standing by the window staring into space
    Looking everywhere but the tears rolling down my face
    Filling up the room with silence so we wouldn't have to say goodbye

    But every other memory
    I have of you is good
    And if I could only rewind time
    I hope you know I would
    Oh if you wonder
    If I ever stop and think of you and me
    Every other memory

    I've got this city at my door
    And the bright lights are brighter than before
    Tonight I can't help wondering what's it all about
    Every now and then I think I see your face out in a crowd
    Even with the way we ended I'd love to hear your voice
    Give me a shout sometime

    'Cause every other memory
    I have of you is good
    And if I could only rewind time
    I hope you know I would
    Oh if you wonder
    If I ever stop and think of you and me
    Every other memory

    I have this vision in my head
    Your suitcase lying on the bed
    Heart-broke smile upon your face
    One last long embrace
    I feel your tears wet on my cheek
    As if it happened last week
    I know a lot has changed
    But nothing's changed, no nothing's changed

    'Cause every other memory
    I have of you is good
    And if I could only rewind time
    I hope you know I would
    Oh if you wonder
    If I ever stop and think of you and me
    Every other memory
    Every other memory
    Every other memory
    Every other memory Writer/s: CATT GRAVITT, CHRIS DESTAFANO, JOSH KEAR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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