Doug Speare


I Know She Loves Me


You know that one day i looked up at the sky
And all i could think of was being that guy
That man who could make that one girl happy
Who would share my heart and my journey
And when i first saw you, that dream stopped
At that exactly that moment my heart completely dropped
My world turned around and did a 180
 I stopped and stared at you, standing there sexy as can be
And as time passed we learned to love each other 
Family love, as strong as a sister or a brother
Up and down and around like a tornado
Our hearts mushed together like puddy or playdoh
Learning from our mistakes we always made amends
Massaging our hearts, like sore muscle tendons
Weve both made mistakes and lived with regret
But love always pulls through and is always a sure bet
Dont compare your life to those around you
Cause to change 'your' fairy tale is something easy you can do
From time to time and every now and then
We seem to fall in love all over again and again and again
I can apologize and say sorry a million times
If only you listened to your hearts sounds of chimes
It sings you the same chorus over and over
Doug is your your man, and he loves u 'do you copy over'
We are two people that were met through fate
Meant to walk down the isle till we reach heavens gate
I know everything about u, your like my bestest friend
Our special romantic comedy,  one thats not suppose to end
Deep down you know, that you hold the key
To that door we call love, that opens up to you an me :) xoxo

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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