Vidyanath Ayiliyath Valiyaveetil

Rookie (19-04-1988 / India)

Just want you to be my life


Here I come from nowhere
You made me feel I come from somewhere
Life seemed to be a dead end
When you came with a turn up ahead
There is nothing more I want in life
Just want you to be my wife

Sitting in the darkness
Feeling all the loneliness
Rushing down my cheeks
Is my horrible dreams
There is nothing more I want in life
Just want you to be my wife

I would walk a million miles I had
Thinking of the million smiles we shared
I would rather fight
Than leave your hand which was held so tight
There is nothing more I want in life
Just want you to be my wife

Now that I have wished for you
All I need is nothing more than you
Sad but true we are mortals
But glad and true our love is immortal
There is nothing more I want in life
Just want you to be my wife

Oh my dear
I am afraid to love you so much near
There is nothing I fear
Rather than loosing you my dear
There is nothing more I want in life
Just want you to be my wife

Memories tend to fade at times
My feelings for you never change a million times
This is all I know to write about you
Cos I am not a writer unlike you
There is nothing more I want in life
Just want you to be my wife

Submitted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 15, 2013

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