Bill & Annie Lyrics

We stopped for peaches
At a little roadside stand
Man said his name was Bill
I said "I'm Chuck and this is Annie"
He said Annie was the one & only true love of his life
They met at his wedding but by then he had a wife

It was during the reception
In the Spring of '64
She, his newlywed's best friend
Followed him out the ballroom door
Maybe his ring got smaller
Maybe his finger swelled
Maybe he'd made a big mistake
And maybe time would tell

Bill asked, "Do you feel what I feel?"
And Annie said, "I do"
Bill was at a loss
Wondering now what should he do
He did what he had to
He'd just taken a wife
She would take good care of him
For the rest of her life

Bill & Annie fought the urge
They saw each other often
She was there in black
The day Bill's wife lay in her coffin
By then she'd gotten married
By then she'd moved away
She'd asked Bill for his blessings
And he'd said it was ok

Bill said, "Taste the peaches"
He cut us each a slice
They were a little on the small side
But they sure tasted nice
"Do you think I did the right thing?" Bill asked
Though I knew he knew
So I answered with a question
I asked him, "Bill, do you?"

Bill said, "Annie, pleased to meet you
It was nice to meet you Chuck"
And Annie & I, we drove away
In Annie's pick-up truck
With a box of twenty peaches
A homegrown tomato too
And a couple of things to think about
And every now and then I do... I do

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Record Label(s): 1996 Red House Records
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