D.A. Woods

(Ireland)

Asking you.


Thank you, thank you, oh thank you,
you listened to me,
got me out of this mess too,
though I did wrongly.

Thank you, thank you, oh thank you,
from my sorrowful heart,
when the darkness broke through,
no longer shall we stay apart.

Thank you, thank you, oh thank you,
I have never felt such bliss,
my words will construe,
this lifes amiss.

Thank you, thank you, oh thank you,
todays the day to begin,
your love's my tattoo,
covering my broken skin.

Submitted: Sunday, January 24, 2010
Edited: Friday, May 23, 2014

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