Another song I wrote that was sung and played by a fivrr vocalist, with some Kontakt strings I added with RB.
I knew a woman of a certain fashion
She held my keen attention for some time,
And stirred within me such enduring passion,
But never did we let our hearts entwine.
She's out there somewhere in the great big world now,
And I might find her if I were so bold,
But dreaming how it might have been seems better,
Than anything reality might hold,
There were a million ways into her heart,
A million places our love could have begun,
There were a million ways into her hear-ar-ar-ar-art,
But poor bewildered me,
I never found a single one.
Did she ever think of us together?
How I wish to have that answer still,
Was it worth the risk? I thought, no never,
To lose her through embrace at last fulfilled.
Life will have its way without exception,
Leading some together, some apart,
Was I ever sure of my intentions?
To the end I never would impart.
I still recall the last time that I saw her,
We caught a movie at the Biograph,
Nicholson on trial and Cruise the lawyer,
We played the final scene out for a laugh.
Life can hold such promise and fair weather,
Love is far less common, far less known,
People have their chances when together,
But love will only follow on its own.
Repeat chorus, then add:
But poor bewildered me, I never found a single one...of these days,
I hope that I see her -