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Your Life

(52095 / G Island)

I Hope


This is my 10 commandments to you
For my one and only boo
Read it every day
And always obey

It's a long list
So sit down and relax
And remember baby that
These are true facts

I hope you'll never eat off
The ground
I hope you'll never gain a
Single pound

I hope you remain the same
I hope you'll always remember my name
I hope you won't live on the streets
I hope you'll never cry in defeat

I hope you'll always love me
I hope you'll never disagree
I hope that you'll never run away
I hope you listen to the things I say

I hope that you'll never let go
I hope that you'll never be my foe
I hope I can see your smile
I hope I'm on your speed dial

I hope that we never fight
I hope you're my first and last sight
I hope you never die
I hope I never see you cry

Hugging you and pressed against my chest
Makes me forget about the rest
About the anger and stress
I'm just hoping for the best

(10-24-09)

Submitted: Tuesday, November 03, 2009

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