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Sheryl Frasher


As Good As It Gets


“What is it about me? ”
You ask me time and time again
“I don’t have much to offer”
“I’m just a simple man”

Well baby I will tell you
It may come as a surprise
I know there’s no one better
When I look into your eyes

You don’t have to speak a word
To send my head spinning
With just one small look
You start my heart beating

The words that I hear
When you’re looking at me
Bring tears to my eyes
You touch me so deeply

I feel your love
I feel your pain
Oh baby don’t you know
You drive me insane

You’re as it good as it gets
There is no one better
Can you see it in my eyes?
I will love you forever

Submitted: Monday, January 30, 2006
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