"Dear Bobbie, Do you remember when you were young and very pretty? I do. I remember pleated skirts, black and white saddle shoes. Do you remember dancing that night? I do. I still think of you when we dance, Although we can't jitterbug as we did then."
Do you remember when? How long has it been? Nineteen forty-five You opened my blue eyes To see a whole new life Do you remember when I told you this that night That if you're by my side When everyday begins I'll fall for you again I made a promise when I told you this that night
I'll be fine 'Cause when I die, then I die loving you It's all right, I'll be fine When I die, then I die loving you Loving you, loving you
"Do you remember the times we would give up on each other and get back together; Then we finally was married in 1949. We drove the yellow convertible all night long. Do you remember? I do."
Life has led us here Together all these years This house that we have made Holds twenty-thousand days And memories we've saved Since life has lead us here
And I'll be fine 'Cause when I die, then I die loving you It's all right, and I'll be fine 'Cause when I die, then I die loving you Loving you, loving you
I'm coming home to you Slipping off my shoes Resting in my chair I see you standing there The silver in your hair
I'm coming home to you When I lay tonight, when I close my eyes I know the sun will rise Here or the next life As long as you're still mine, then it's all right
I'll be fine 'Cause when I die, then I die loving you It's all right, I'll be fine 'Cause when I die, then I die loving you Loving you, loving you
"You have gray hair now, but you're a beautiful woman And the years have been good to both of us. We walk slow now, but we still have each other. The glue of love is still bonding us together Love is what I remember. Do you remember?"
Writer/s: LONGINEU WARREN III PARSONS, PETER MICHAEL MOSELY, RYAN MICHAEL MENDEZ, SEAN MICHAEL WELLMAN-MACKIN, WILLIAM RYAN KEY
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Eddie Vedder often changes the words when he sings "Yellow Ledbetter." The basic story is about a guy whose brother dies in the first Gulf War. Apparently, bad news in the army is given in yellow envelopes.