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  1. "Park Bench"

From the recording The Road to You

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The stories are limitless from the vantage point of a park bench. A structure seemingly so simple and silent can tell tales of self-reflection, heartbreak, devotion, and determination.

Lyrics

He was taking a stroll along Lake View Drive
And sat down on a park bench
Looked at the watch that his grandfather gave him
And reminisced on the good ole times
He never got that second to say goodbye
Or had a chance to apologize
But time ticked on and on and on
And memories were all he could save

She was walking along with little John
They sat down on a park bench
He asked again where daddy was
And if he'll ever come back home
She told her son with tears in her eyes
Don't you worry it'll be all right
But memories cut her like a knife inside
As the day slowly turned to night

Well a lot things happen on a park bench
Just stop and take a look
A foundation where love songs begin
An escape to read a good book

A cozy corner for that very first kiss
A spot to think about a bucket list
A place to ponder the journey ahead
Or a bed for a wanderer to rest his head

Well a lot of things happen on a park bench
You'll come to realize
It's a station for emotion, heartbreak and devotion
The story of our lives

They were walking down the pier and came back to the shore
And sat down on a park bench
He got down on one knee and looked her in the eye
And said I'd be a fool if I didn't try
She said we'll always know this moment Until the day we die
Then they held each other closely and whispered something softly
As the waves kept rolling by

Well a lot things happen on a park bench
Just stop and take a look
A foundation where love songs begin
An escape to read a good book

A cozy corner for that very first kiss
A spot to think about a bucket list
A place to ponder the journey ahead
Or a bed for a wanderer to rest his head

Well a lot of things happen on a park bench
You'll come to realize
It's a station for emotion, heartbreak and devotion
The story of our lives