David Thane

David Thane

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What I didn't say

Written By: David Thane

Your room is just the same
I haven’t changed anything
Sometimes I can’t sleep at night
I go inside and I wonder why
Holdin to your picture I
lay awake til the morning light

chorus
I keep thinking bout the other day
What I didn’t say
When you walked away
How much that you mean to me
All the dreams that will never be
If I could turn back the time
I’d tell you how I really feel inside

Your friends came by the house
We talked about you for hours
Then they told me what you said
How you wanna be just like your dad
I guess I never knew
How much of me there was in you

They say time will heal
This pain inside that I feel
I think it'll always be
There to remind me
I hope that you knew
How much..... I love you

Highway in the Desert

Written By: David Thane

On a road outside of Baghdad
I lost the best friend I had
I held him while he lay there
On a highway
In the desert

In the morning it starts over
A day in the life of a soldier
Be strong but always be ware
On a highway
In the desert

As he spoke his last words to me
I could feel his heartbeat
Looked into his eyes so deeply
(then he left me)

When the wind blows cold in December
I turn my back to the weather
I think back and remember
On a highway
In the desert

As he spoke his last words to me
I could feel his heartbeat
Looked into his eyes so deeply
(then he left me)

homeplace

Written By: David Thane

Sunday morning sun comes through his window
Hits the pictures lined up on his bookshelf
One by one the years fade away
Looks at me and says those were good days

Sometimes I still drive by our homeplace
But nothing is out there but memories
Of Momma and Daddy and good times
Sometimes I still drive by in my mind

Everybody gathered at the old church
Put him in a box made of barn wood
Carried him away in his old truck
Laid him neath the limbs of an old oak

Sometimes I still drive by our homeplace
But nothing is out there but memories
Of Momma and Daddy and good times
Sometimes I still drive by in my mind

Living in a world that time's forgotten
No one knows exactly where to find it
Out there on a road out to nowhere
Sometimes when I'm lost I go there

Sometimes I still drive by our homeplace

Homeplace

Written By: David Thane

Sunday morning sun comes through his window
Hits the pictures lined up on his bookshelf
One by one the years fade away
Looks at me says those were good days

Sometimes I still drive by our homeplace
But nothin is out there but memories
Of Momma and Daddy and good times
Sometimes I still drive by in my mind

Everybody gathered at the old church
Put him in a box made of barn wood
Carried him away in his old truck
Laid him neath the limbs of an old oak

Sometimes I still drive by our homeplace
But nothin is out there but memories
Of Momma and Daddy and good times
Sometimes I still drive by in my mind

Livin in a world that time's forgotten
No one knows exactly where to find it
Out there on a road out to nowhere
Sometimes when I'm lost I go there

Sometimes I still drive by our homeplace