She sat in a cold, impersonal restaurant,
But there was nothing impersonal about this place.
There are so many memories here,
The first time she ever saw his face.
This is where they met.
They kissed in this parking lot.
She asked him to dance in this lobby.
He held her in this very spot.
There were stolen moments in the cooler,
Caresses in that chair.
Right there at that table,
He sat and played with her hair.
They laughed together in that office,
Teased each other on front line.
They had their first fight in front of that sink,
And she cried for the very first time.
They used to hide behind the dumpster.
She watched him skateboard over there.
They danced together under the stars,
Neither of them had a care.
Now she sits alone in this room,
Where he would comfort her when she cried,
And she watches someone come out of the bathroom,
Another place they used to hide.
She sits in this cold, impersonal restaurant,
And their song plays from above.
A single tear falls as she relives that dance.
They were so in love.