Tenderly by Roger Whittaker
The evening breeze caressed the trees tenderly.
The trembling trees embraced the breeze tenderly.
Then you and I came wandering by
And lost, lost in a sigh were we.
The shore us kissed by sea and mist tenderly.
I can't forget how two hearts met breathlessly.
Your arms opened wide and closed me inside,
You took my lips; you took my love so tenderly.