Jacob Gifford

(1995 / plano Illinois)

I Couldn't Ever Love Anyone Else


My skin poured red,
It Felt like swords had stabbed me dead,
Love was a word,
I never herd,
Or said,
I'm sick of being alone in my cold bed,
My views on life had been blurred,
I walked this earth blinded by dread,
Pain and fear was all I knew,
But than I meet you.
Your an angel,
In every way your own,
You makes me feel not alone.
All I do,
Is think of you,
You are my baby boo,
you make my days better when I'm feeling blue,
If I lost you,
I don't know what I would do.
But I know you're my baby,
And you would never hurt me,
And I hope this
Has made you see,
That you're my world,
And I would do anything to be with you.
I want to hold you,
Squeeze you,
Please you
Be with you
Now,
Forever,
And always.
The way you
Look into my eyes,
Tells me there will
Never be any lies.
I hope to spend forever,
With the one I love.
Please don't ever,
Let me go,
I don't want to say good bye,
But I promise I'll be back so please don't cry.
If you're reading this laying in your bed,
Imagine lying with me,
Putting your head,
On my chest,
Closing your eyes and drifting into the deepest rest,
Goodnight my sweetie,
Goodnight my baby,
Goodnight my dork,
Goodnight my lover
Goodnight and sweet dreams.

Submitted: Saturday, February 12, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, June 20, 2012

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