The memory I can’t replace

The memory I can't replace,
She used to walk this path,that leds to our place,
On bare feet ,
Just strolling through the puddles deep,

You know,it was a sudden rain,
I gave her coat, we hid beneath the tree,
Must be the God just couldn't fix the drain,
And I was wet,as well my only tee,

I didn't care,I was with her
She smelt so nice,I can't retell
Her hair looked better anything I saw,
Even more better then the skies above,

It was the moment,I'd like to live once more,
The only in my life,I wanted to return,
To see her eyes,her gently waist,
You see,the memory I can't replace,

But I'm left with broken heart,
With accessory tough to get rid of,
For her,I was another one to say goodbye,
However,she was apple of my eye

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