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The Oklahoma State Country & Western Song

Faded Love

words and music by John Wills and Bob Wills

    As I look at the letters that you wrote to me,
    It's you that I am thinking of.
    As I read the lines that to me were so sweet,
    I remember our faded love. 
 
    I miss you, Darling, more and more every day
    As heaven would miss the stars above.
    With every heartbeat, I still think of you
    And remember our faded love.
 
    As I think of the past and all the pleasures we had,
    As I watch the mating of the dove,
    It was in the springtime when you said goodbye.
    I remember our faded love. 
 
    I miss you, Darling, more and more every day
    As heaven would miss the stars above.
    With every heartbeat, I still think of you
    And remember our faded love.

Adoption of State Country & Western Song

The song, "Faded Love", with words and music attributed to John Wills and Bob Wills, was adopted by Senate Concurrent Resolution 65 as the official state country and western song of Oklahoma on February 3, 1988.

Oklahoma Senate Concurrent Resolution

Senate Concurrent Resolucion No. 65


Source: Oklahoma Legislature, (http://www.lsb.state.ok.us/), December 4, 2004
Source: State Names, Seals, Flags, and Symbols by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer, Copyright 2002




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