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Rissi Palmer – Flowers On My Window Ledge lyrics

I water the flowers on my window ledge
Visions runnin through my head
Fields of indigo and red
I hear the words I can't forget
And I remember what you said
And how you'd always hold me
And how one day you'd show me

Chorus 1
The bluebonnets in Texas
The magnolias in Savannah
The sunflowers in Kansas
Yeah that's what you said
The desert roses in Nevada
Wild daisies in Montana
That was the plan

But now instead
I'm starin' at these flowers on my window ledge

Wishin' you were still with me
There's no tellin' where we'd be
All the beauty we would see
Have the whole world at our feet
In my heart I sure believed
We'd always be together
And now I know we'll never

Chorus 2
See the roses bloom in London
Or the lilies bloom in Paris
The shamrocks up in Dublin
Yeah we always said we'd see
The orchids down in Rio
A cherry blossoms out in Tokyo
That was the plan

But instead
I'm starin' at these flowers

I could go all by myself
Or I could go with someone else
But that was our dream
And we were so in love
So it wouldn't be the same
No it wouldn't mean as much

Chorus 1

Yeah we made so many plans

Chorus 2

But instead
I'm starin' at these flowers on my window ledge
I water the flowers on my window ledge
Indigo and red
I'm starin' at these flowers.

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