From the Golden Bough recording,
Flight of Fantasy,
recorded at John Altman Studios
in San Francisco and first released
on Kicking Mule Records in 1984.
(Flight of Fantasy is no longer available.
However,  we can burn you a copy if you contact us.)

Still, I Love You So
Lyrics by Paul Espinoza; music traditional

1984 - 2004 by Paul Espinoza,
Forest Moon Music, BMI, all rights reserved

- 1 -
I loved you in the morning when the dew was on the rose,
I loved you with a burning that only you could know.
My arms about you always, my eyes will ever show,
My heart will follow e'er you go,
Still I love you so.

- 2 -
I loved you as a child when the sun was in your eyes,
I loved you with an innocence that youth cannot deny,
I held your warm breast near me, I heard your lover's cry,
The endless days like water flow,
Still I love you so.

- 3 -
When age has plucked the bloom from you and I have withered slow,
I'll think upon those whispered nights when first our love did grow,
Then call to mind that you are more than ever they could know,
Our love will grow unbounded now,
Still I love you so.

Copyright
1998 - 2004

by Golden Bough, Inc.