miesha devres

Rookie (April 9,1991 / Memphis, TN, USA)

Crazy About You (was originally a song) Poem by miesha devres


There was a time when i was down and out
And I was so happy when you came around
I couldn't tell you how much you meant to me
But it was obviuos for you to see
I'm crazy about you
Crazy about you
No matter what I may do
I'm still crazy about you
When we were little kids you used to always pick on me
Calling me four-eyes and telling me that i couldn't see
Well we're maturing and we're growing up now
And we have true love and let it show now
You turned to me one day and told me that you loved me so
I stared at you and told you that I loved you more
I swear, no one could ever take your place
You make me so high
I'm up in space.
And I'm crazy about you
crazy about you
Inspite of what I may do
I'm still crazy about you
We'll go through life together
Through all thick and thin
Through all kinds of weather
And look back on where we've been
Our love is real
That's how I feel
We'll stay strong
And keep on because I'm crazy about you.

Submitted: Monday, February 20, 2006

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