Loved/Lost/Don't Regret it songs

Sort of inspired by the “Missing You” music thread from last week, I wanted to start this thread for songs that have a “Loved/Lost/No Regrets” theme. Two that are quintessential, to me, are:
“Angel Flying too Close to the Ground” - Willie Nelson


“The Dance” - Garth Brooks

So, what other songs relate this sentiment? I’m mostly familiar with 80’s soft rock/pop and country/western (yeah, yeah…no snarking on my musical tastes), so I’m not likely to recognize something too much more recent or outside of those genres…

Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah

*And even though
It all went wrong
I’ll stand before the Lord of Song
With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah *

Oh, yeah…“classics” are good, too…
As an example, “Listen to the Rhythm of the Falling Rain” would be borderline, but I like it, and part of the sentiment in the song would apply…

One of my favorites: Roxy Music’s Sentimental Fool.

What I did for Love from A Chorus Line

“Days” - The Kinks

Wouldn’t Have Missed It For the World by Ronnie Millsapp.

Possibly A Better Man by Clint Black

Didn’t We Almost Have It All - no idea who first did it and the only version springing to mind at the moment is that of Whitney Houston.

Time of your Life, Green Day

“For a Little While” by Tim McGraw.

(Hey, when you have permission to post mp3s and lyrics, you take advantage of it, and why not?)

4 more:

I Won’t Break Down - Happy Rhodes (lyrics here)

How It Should Be - Happy Rhodes (lyrics here)

You Never Told Me - Happy Rhodes (lyrics here)

Because I Learn - Happy Rhodes (lyrics here)

“Three Libras” A Perfect Circle

“You’ll Think Of Me” - Keith Urban

“Feelin’ Alright?” by Dave Mason (at least by the final verse).

Pamela Brown by Leo Kottke looks back on a girl he was madly in love with, but she chose another guy " ‘cause she liked his pickup truck." He figures if he had won her, he’d be driving a station wagon full of kids. "All of my good times, all my runnin’ around, I guess I owe it all to Pamela Brown."

Tom Paxton’s When Annie Took Me Home

Love can grown and love can go.
Did she love me? I don’t know
Though she often told me so.
I’ve never really known.

Was I blind? I don’t mind.
I think that life’s been more than kind.
Thanks to life there was a time
When Annie took me home.