I Learned That From You Lyrics

by Sara Evans

I remember the windows rolled down
And the wind in my hair
Driving 'round in your daddy's old Chevy
Like we were going somewhere

We thought that summer would last us forever
Going steady was just something you do
I didn't know much about love
I learned that from you

Now those were some good times
Lately they don't seem to last
I guess I'm not nearly as strong
As a drink in your glass

And the nights just get later
I can stay up and wait or just go on to bed like I do
I never knew nothing about lonely
I learned that from you

And I learned, how to kiss on a ferris wheel
And I made wishes at wishing wells
And I fell into that fairytale too

And I know that love ain't so easy
But we tried, didn't we baby? It's alright
Some dreams weren't meant to come true
I learned that from you

One night while the whole world was turning
I left you a note
And I told you that I'd always miss you
Then I let you go

I'm living outside of some town I ain't heard of
And I think about the boy that I knew
I didn' t know, you could fall out of love
I learned that from you

And I learned, how to kiss on a ferris wheel
And I made wishes at wishing wells
And I fell into that fairytale too

Now I know that love ain't so easy
But we tried, didn't we baby? It's alright
Some dreams weren't meant to come true
I learned that from you

I remember the windows rolled down
And the wind