Ralph Acosta

(November 27th 1988 / Bronx, Ny)

A Women


I wonder if there was a women
A women who i could really care for
A women that would be down to ride
If there was a women like this she'll be my life
My stars, my sun, and my moon
She'll be my everlasting love my
But will she be true.....

We'll be as close as we could
Holding each other thinking about the decisions we'll make
Thinking about our future
Looking each other in the eyes
Knowing our LOVE is true
But is this possible for us too.....

All i want is a 'Women' that can be honest
One that can be true
One that i can say i love you too
But time and time again i've ran in to brick walls.....

Could the one im with now be true
I really don't know
But i hope so i keep telling her
All i want is a 'Women' that can be
Honest, Loyal, & Stay True

Now is that you
Keep it 100 with me
An don't lie to me anymore
All i want is the truth
An my Question for you is are you 'A Women'

Submitted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

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