We May Never Pass This Way Again

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So this is retro: Today in Assembly, faculty member Bill Kehlenbeck (center) and friends performed “We May Never Pass This Way Again” for Kehlenbeck’s cousin and math department colleague, Doug Guy, who is retiring from Nobles after 26 years. Erika Guy, dean of students, is likewise “retiring” (everyone knows they will never rest at all) after more than a quarter century of extraordinary contributions to the school. Kehlenbeck performed the same Seals & Crofts song at the Guys’ wedding more than three decades ago.

Enjoy the lyrics. We will miss the Guys.

WE MAY NEVER PASS THIS WAY (AGAIN)
Albums : Diamond Girl (1973), Greatest Hits (1975), The Seals & Crofts Collection (1979),
Lift Up Your Voices And Sing, Vol. 2 (1997)
(Lyrics : James Seals / Music : James Seals, Dash Crofts, 1973)
James Seals

Life, so they say, is but a game and we let it slip away.
Love, like the Autumn sun, should be dyin' but it's only just begun.
Like the twilight in the road up ahead, they don't see just where we're goin'.
And all the secrets in the Universe, whisper in our ears
And all the years will come and go, take us up, always up.
We may never pass this way again. 
We may never pass this way again.
We may never pass this way again.

Dreams, so they say, are for the fools and they let 'em drift away.
Peace, like the silent dove, should be flyin' but it's only just begun.
Like Columbus in the olden days, we must gather all our courage.
Sail our ships out on the open sea. Cast away our fears
And all the years will come and go, and take us up, always up.
We may never pass this way again. 
We may never pass this way again.
We may never pass this way again.

So, I wanna laugh while the laughin' is easy. I wanna cry if it makes it worthwhile.
We may never pass this way again, that's why I want it with you.
'Cause, you make me feel like I'm more than a friend. 
Like I'm the journey and you're the journey's end.
We may never pass this way again, that's why I want it with you, baby.

We may never pass this way again. We may never pass this way again.
We may never pass this way again. We may never pass this way again. 
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