Will You Remember Me by Roseanne Cash
Will you remember me, like the circled stones,
On the ancient hills where you walk alone?
Where the wind can speak my secret name,
Like the air you breathe, will you remember me?
Will you remember me, as your airplane flies?
Over foreign seas an' breaking skies.
Like a perfect child you can't bear to leave.
In your last long days, will you remember me?
Will you remember me, on the edge of life,
Where time runs slow; where song can fly.
In these shuttered rooms where we say goodbye.
When the soul is free, will you remember?
When there's no need to breathe, will you remember me?