Treasure Island

Juan Manuel Pena

(03/08/1989 / Brownsville Texas)

I Can't Stop Thinking Of You


I can't stop thinking of you
Day and night, Rain or Shine, Your all I think about
I stay up every night thinking of you
And wonder if you're doing the same
.........i cant stop thinking of you
I thank god everyday for sending you to me
Your like and angel from heaven that fell into my arms
The minutes without you turned into days,
And the seconds with you flew fast.
I could only wish to see you more,
And make each moment last
As the days go by
I feel our friendship getting closer and closer
I don’t know if you feel the same way I do
But all I can say to you is
I Like You, and I cant stop thinking of you

Submitted: Monday, May 23, 2005
Edited: Friday, November 04, 2005

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