Treasure Island

Ray Hansell

(New Jersey)

Fate Played a Hand


Imagine if I hadn't
Started work that day
There's absolutely no chance
You would have come my way

If just one move was altered
If there was just one thing I didn't do
The chances are very good
I would have never met you

The roads of life we were walking
Would have kept us both right there
Today would not have found us
Together as a pair

So you see it must have been fate
That lent a helping hand
For you to become my loving woman
For me to become your loving man


8-18-08/RjH

Submitted: Saturday, May 03, 2014

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