From the recording Then There Were Two

Don't Fade on Me was written by Tom Petty and Mike Campbell and is from Tom Petty's second solo album, Wildflowers released in 1994. 


I remember you so clearlyThe first one through the doorI return to find you driftingToo far from the shore
I remember feeling this wayYou can lose it without knowingYou wake up and you don't noticeWhich way the wind is blowingDon't fadeDon't fade on meYou were the one who made things differentYou were the one who took me inYou were the one thing I could count onAbove all you were my friendDon't fadeDon't fade on meWell your clothes hang on a wireAnd the sun is overheadBut today you are too wearyTo even leave your bed
Was it love that took you under?Or did you know too much?Was it something you could picture?But never could quite touch?
Don't fadeDon't fade on me
Don't fadeDon't fade on me