Treasure Island

Dwi utami

(11-11-1986 / Ngawi.jawa timur)

(By kissing You)


By kissing you i'hoped could read the contents of your heart*

By kissing you i'wanted to see your sincerity *
By kissing you i'want to saw as big as whether the feeling of our love to me*

I'saw my face in your eyeball with your gaze that was warm and made me believed on our love*

By kissing you i'as see my name was depicted beautiful in your heart*

By kissing you i'hoped you were the last support my heart*
By kissing you i'forgot all the sadness in my life*

By kissing you i'believed that the love only was not temporary*
By kissing you i'felt perfect*

By kissing you i'believed the love was real and you not the shadow in the love*

Submitted: Sunday, August 08, 2010

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