I Follow You
written by Gary Marks © 1979 Arewea Co. ASCAP

For a man who seemed so uncaring
with my mind now I follow you.
Driving over New England mountains
back to your winter skies
and a frozen silver moon.
 
How could I ever let you
I can't forget you
there's just barely words to speak.
 
I remember the late night mornings
singing stories, loving you.
And the sun rising 'cross the mountains
we were walking just following our shoes.

How could I ever let you
I can't forget you
there's just barely words to speak.
 
You'll never know how I adored you
I was so silent on that day.
Thinking it was the best thing for you
though I caught you sad-eyed as you drove away.

How could I ever let you
I can't forget you
there's just barely words to speak.
 
For a man who seemed so uncaring
with my mind now I follow you.