From the recording Pennies in Hand
Back then you were only a friend to me, but being close to you made it hard for me to breathe. And when I watched your hands play that old guitar, I couldn’t help but fall, and, God I fell so hard. I guess I took you down, down with me ‘cause soon that hurricane stormed in so quickly. And we found refuge in the shadows of your place, where I first felt your fingertips brush the side of my face. Under those trees, under the moon, under the roof and the spell of you, I felt your hands pull my heart from my chest, and I sensed the ferocity of your tenderness. Well life goes on once you let it, and we’ve let ours go on together. And in the evenings sometimes my heart will start to race when I see the way the moonlight falls across your face. Under those trees, under the moon, under the roof and the weight of you, I felt your hands pull my heart from my chest and I know the ferocity of your tenderness.