L. Robert

L. Robert

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Pop - General | Nova Scotia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 67   
Member Since: 2007
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Plays:

67

Song Description

Where does the memory of a person go? How do they live on? What do you do with the memories you have as you try to move on? Basically, even though they're gone, they still remain a part of you, and in some small way, you still "see" them all around.

Story Behind the Song

At a friends funeral and was moved by the grief of the family.

Lyrics

Feel You In The Wind
Larry Collins ? Copyright 2007

Verse 1:
Staring at the night,
I think of all the times we had when you were still around,
Standing next to me,
And I reach out to hold you, but you?re not there.

They say a memory, that it lives on forever,
But memories of you can never fill the place,
That you not being here, has opened in my heart.

Chorus:
I see you in the sun, I feel you in the rain, I hear you in the wind,
You?re softly whispering, oh, I see you there, but do you see me too?

My tears fall easily as I think of your embrace, your soft and tender touch,
No time can this erase, and you are here with me, but do you feel me too?

Verse 2:
Time flows on from here and I pick the pieces up,
From all the life we shared and all the love we cared,
But somehow there?s a piece, oh, that doesn?t seem to fit.

This new place in my heart, is where I?ll always hold you,
As life goes on around and new friends now are found,
But you will always be, oh, treasured deep in me.

Chorus (twice):
I see you in the sun, I feel you in the rain, I hear you in the wind,
You?re softly whispering, oh, I see you there, but do you see me too?

My tears fall easily as I think of your embrace, your soft and tender touch,
No time can this erase, and you are here with me, but do you feel me too?

Tag:
And you are here with me, but do you see me too?

Song Length
4:30
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Moving

Subject Matter
Sadness, Relationship

Similar Artists
Steely Dan, Elton John
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits L. Robert Collins
Music Credits L. Robert Collins
Performance Credits L. Robert Collins