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John Denver – You're Still The One For Me lyrics

This song was first released on the Stonehaven Sunrise album. It is the only album it has been released on. (Cassandra Delaney sings this song)

Many moons have come and gone
No one else has come along
You're still the one for me

After all this time has passed
Only one thing seems to last
You're still the one for me

You would think that a year or two
Is time enough to heal anybody's broken heart
I keep remembering the way it used to feel
When I held you in my arms

I let you slip away
I'm gonna get you back someday
You're still the one for me

I finally figured out I made a big mistake
To ever let you leave
I'm gonna find you and I don't care what it takes
This fool needed time to see

I let you slip away
Gonna get you back someday
You're still the one for me

I'm gonna look through every town
Until I track you down
You're still the one for me

I'll leave no stone unturned
Gonna cross that bridge I burned
You're still the one for me

Words and Music by Richard Reisser and Robert Alsterberg



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