Soulful Days
written by Gary Marks © 1988 Arewea Co. ASCAP

Don't ask me to say it's right,
there's no need to tell you anything.
Why talk of the love we share,
it's easy to feel it, but it's rare that the words come alive.

Cool as the wild summer sea, warm as the fires of twilight,
steady through nights that fade
and change with time to soulful days.

By chance our lives crossed one day,
now I often wonder where I'd be
if all the mosaic paths that some call fate
never brought your love to me.

Green as the wild summer sea, red as the fires of twilight,
steady through nights that fade
and lead me here to soulful days.

I can feel it. I know if I let go your touch will steal me again.
I conceal it, but only long enough to remember
that life without you wouldn't be

cool as the wild summer sea, warm as the fires of twilight,
steady through nights that fade
and change with time to soulful days.

And if the sea turns deep and cold, and if the night sweeps over us

I've come to see that darkness can make love stronger by far --

it leads the way, and pulls us back, to soulful days.