Roger McGuinn If We Never Meet Again cover

If We Never Meet Again
by Roger McGuinn
Lyrics and Meaning


Released
Jan 8, 1991
Genre
Rock

If We Never Meet Again Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Well, there's one thing
I'd like to rearrange
But after everything's already happened
There's nothing left to change
Verse 2
They can take their advice
And use it all on themselves
Cause when all the talking stops
I want to have something else
I want to have a little faith
I want to know what a boy and a girl
Can do when they're dizzy
Cause they're just not spinning with this world
Ah, if we never meet again
If goodbyes remain unspoken
I won't glorify our past
But our bond remains unbroken
If we never meet again
Verse 3
Well, there's one thing
That I'll never forget
It's the beauty of a friendship
That's not over yet
Verse 4
I know how just one smile
Can be planted like a seed
And I want to do that with somebody else
The way it was done for me
Verse 5
I want to have a little faith
There's something better
At the end of this path
Cause these memories
Get old and flat like photographs
Verse 6
Ah, if we never meet again
If goodbyes remain unspoken
I won't glorify our past
But our bond remains unbroken
If we never meet again
Verse 7
Now there's one thing
That I don't need to even up
You can be what they've made you into
Or you can make your own luck
Verse 8
You can't blindly fight your enemies
You can't blindly follow your friends
I know it's happened so many times
I guess it's gonna happen again
Verse 9
But I gotta have faith
I got to know that a boy and a girl
Can still make it even though
They're just not spinning with this world
Verse 10
Ah, if we never meet again
If goodbyes remain unspoken
I won't glorify our past
But our bond remains unbroken
Verse 11
If we never meet again
If goodbyes remain unspoken
I won't glorify our past
But our bond remains unbroken
If we never meet again

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