I have seen the morning burning golden on the mountains in the skies.
Achin' with the feelin' of the freedom of an eagle when she flies.
"I've been married to her for most of my life. We met when we were kids, got married and had two boys. We've lived together for… … well, I guess I don't even know how many years."
Turnin' on the world the way she smiled upon my soul as I lay dying.
Healin' as the colours in the sunshine and the shadows of her eyes.
"She was one of the first girls I ever saw, one of the first friends I ever made… I guess when I think about it, she probably helped make me who I am today. I sure don't know where I'd be without her. I don't know who I'd be…"
Wakin' in the mornin' to the feelin' of her fingers on my skin.
Wipin' out the traces of the people and the places that I've been.
Teachin' me that yesterday was something that I never thought of trying.
"She was always such a good person. She was kind, beautiful, caring… She was so loving towards her family and friends, and she tried so hard to be a good wife. We got married when we were eighteen, and ever since then she did everything she could to make me happy. She tried her best to give our kids a good home, help them find their way in the world… and give us all the best life we could ever have."
Talkin' of tomorrow and the money, love and time we had to spend.
"I guess… when I think about it… she spent her whole life doing everything she could for me."
Lovin' her was easier than anything I'll ever do again.
"And I… never did anything for her."
Comin' close together with a feelin' that I've never known before, in my time.
"She was always there for me. Always. I wish I could say I was always there for her… but the truth is… I wasn't. It's not like I didn't want to be, but… I guess I always had other things to deal with."
She ain't ashamed to be a woman, or afraid to be a friend.
I appreciated everything she did for me, but she probably thought I didn't. I never showed it, not half as much as I should have anyway. I barely thanked her for anything, I just kept asking for more. I got her mad a lot, even made her sad sometimes… but she forgave me. She forgave me for a lot of stuff… I don't really know why. I know I didn't deserve it, and I know that sometimes… sometimes I broke her heart."
I don't know the answer to the easy way she opened every door in my mind.
"I guess what I want to say is… I'm sorry. I put you through a lot of bad stuff, stuff you really didn't deserve. I took you for granted, and I know that… I guessed I figured you'd always be around… because I couldn't stand to think that someday you wouldn't be. I guess I… I never really told you how much I needed you. How much you changed my life… and how much I loved you."
But dreamin' was as easy as believin' it was never gonna end.
Goku stared down at the hole in the ground, his friends and family surrounding him and his eyes glistening with tears. "How much I still do." He smiled, throwing a white rose onto her casket. "… Goodbye, Chichi."
And lovin' her was easier than anything I'll ever do again.
"I love you."
'Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)'
- Kris Kristofferson