Flag For First Ladies
Surely this very day did sort us. For we rendered our worth in return for a lifetime together. Whereby I put you as the very first in my life, before any other.
Smile all day and let the heavens declare God’s glory
Appreciate this blessed day and let’s tell our joyous story
Put the ring perfectly on my left
And with screams, let’s proclaim we are blessed.
Come into the sun everyone
And in light, let’s celebrate with joyful songs
Let happiness be ours today
And let our mouths shout a big hurray.
Lonely eras are over and I have finally tied the knot
The day of perfection has arrived with my one true love
My testimonies are endless and will never run dry
The force so strong to empower light throughout our lives.
We leave our family and friends today
To build a beautiful field for our love game
Our honeymoon will be a record breaker
And our love, a pace setter.
I feel, see, sense and breathe happiness In the air
We’ll go beyond this world into our own
Everything we once owned personally, we now share
Together as one we are, with love we build our home.
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