Carl Browne (18th February 1976 / Nottingham, England)
Everlasting Change in Me
I will forever be sorry for the pain that you feel.
I will use the rest of my life to help you heal.
The man that once was, is no longer me.
The rebuilding of a man who is now free.
Free from those demons, that have beaten his heart.
Broke him as a man now he's got to restart.
You will see in him, all the things you ever wanted to see.
Not done because of you, but because it is me.
He has been a fool but now he is wise.
Only the face will you recognise.
You'll secretly wish why wasn't it that way.
And be asking yourself why was it me who had to pay?
You will tell yourself its not what you need.
But if you are cut that's exactly as you bleed.
He is the man you always wanted him to be.
And a love for you in his heart will forever be.
A love like no other, with a warming of your dream.
To lift your soul, to the heavens it would seem.
The scars of past hurt and pain will depart.
But the repairs to your heart is only the start.
To the world your smile and joy will show.
Enviable happiness and a aura that'll glow.
A return to yourself and your heart will feel.
All the love and devotion for our marriage to heal.
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