If Love Never Dies

from by John Fonvielle

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lyrics

Sign in the window
Invited me inside
I pushed through the door
Parked it on the Naugahyde
Stared out into the disappearing dawn
And wondered if a memory
is something you have
Or something that’s gone

Waitress brought the coffee
Flavored with a spoon
A short stack of cakes
Looking like a Harvest Moon
Keep the cream, I take mine black
It was then I remembered you ain’t
coming back

So, come on all you flyboys
You better do it right
Push down on the throttle
Let’s punch a hole in the night
She’s a thousand miles away
Living with no ties
But distance can’t kill love
If love never dies

I roll down the window
Put my hands on the wheel
Scenery going by so fast
Man it doesn’t look real
I point my nose at the rising sun
And wonder if living
is something you do
Or something that you’ve done

So, come on all you cowboys
You better hold on
Or you’ll be eating dirt
Before the day is done
She’s a thousand miles away
As the crow flies
But distance can’t kill love
If love never dies

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from Rodeo, released October 4, 2015

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John Fonvielle Wilmington, North Carolina

John Fonvielle has played in bands and on records for 40 years. In 2015, he released his first collection of solo work, which reviewers have called "soulfully intense," "uniquely beautiful" and "spare yet expertly layered."

His influences range from Bob Dylan for his melodies and lyrics, to The Band for the musicality, Warren Zevon for his intelligence, and Tom Waits for, well, being Tom Waits.
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