Forever Lovers (Davis Mac)

Forever lovers, forever friends A lifetime's a short time When love never ends They checked into a small hotel She blushed when he asked For the bridal suite Was the beginning of their lives together Anxiously they'd waited for the moment That their love would be complete She reached inside Her brand new traveling bag And found her brand new negligee And then she shyly slipped it on And suddenly, he realized The beauty of the tender prize He'd waited for so long and finally won She climbed into the bed He snapped his fingers Said, I've got to get champagne There's a little store right down the block I'll only be a minute, close your eyes And, hon, I'll be right back again And time goes by so slowly She's not sure how much has passed When she hears the siren Screaming through the night And seven hours later, they find her Rocking on the bed Just singing in the early morning light Forever lovers, forever friends A lifetime's a short time When love never ends She checks into the old hotel And pays a little extra for the suite She slips into the faded negligee And brushes down her hair of gray And lays her body down to wait And the night air through the curtains Makes a sound like someone breathing And she reaches for him with her fingertips And they find her in the morning With tear stains on her pillow And a smile like a kiss upon her lips Forever lovers, forever friends A lifetime's a short time I knew I'd see you again Forever lovers, forever friends A lifetime's a short time When love never ends