Don't Weep For Me
We were both 16 when I first saw her
I knew right then she had my heart
The day we stood before the preacher
We vowed that we would never part
Now I’m haunted by that cold December
When my surprise turned to rage
Everything turned red and the last thing I remember
Was seeing her in his embrace
So don’t weep for me I deserve no sorrow
For you know where I am bound
They’ll come for me and by tomorrow
I’ll lie beside her in the ground
I never dreamed I’d find myself crying
Without her love and all alone
Inside these walls in this cell dying
A 6 x 10 cold steel and stone
When I stood before the judge’s hammer
I pled guilty and I hung my head
The man in her arms wore the name of Tanner
Her brother that she had never met