Dustin Wray

Dustin Wray

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Rock - General | Warren, Ohio, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,788   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 11/13/2020

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Always Remember

It was another time - In another place
And my home was so far away
I was weary and worn - a lonely soldier at war
Just tryin? to get through the day

Bridge 1
And then you - just took me by surprise
And then you - captured me with your eyes

I can remember the nights - starin? up at the sky
Just wonderin? where you were
There had to be someone - who was lookin? for me
Oh, but where should I look for her?

Bridge 2
And then you - just happened along my way
And then I - I just didn?t know quite what to say

But when I sang for you - The night became magical and everything fell into place
Oh, and baby I knew that this was a memory that I would never erase
Because you smiled - and I felt that little tug inside
Had been awhile - since I had fell in love or even tried
I loved your beauty - and I loved your grace
And honey I - will always remember your face

You were so different than most - A real mystery girl
And your beauty was so real
And I couldn?t believe - You were talkin? to me
And feeling what I feel

Bridge 3
And then finally - I asked you out that night
And I was wonderin? - If it was going alright

Repeat Chorus

Bridge 4
Nothing worse than that awkward silence
When I was thinking ?bout what I should say
So I just started to stare into your eyes
I didn?t know what to say anyway

Repeat Chorus

Song Length
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - Dreampop
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Relaxed, Serene

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, Long

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Dustin Hockensmith
Music Credits Dustin Hockensmith
Producer Credits Scott Kovarik and Dustin Hockensmith
Publisher Credits none
Performance Credits Dustin Hockensmith and Scott Kovarik
Label Credits none