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Harry J. Couchon Jr

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Loving Nobody But You


On love, I had given up I was through
To try again only to risk a broken heart
Then suddenly one day there was you
making me whole where I had been torn apart

A one woman man that describes me
And I've found that one woman in you
From temptation at last I am free
For me no one else will ever do

No other woman will ever come between
This glorious love that you and I share
That we're in love is so easily seen
And that for each other we so deeply care

For the rest of my life there will only be you
You've touched my heart like no one has before
I'm in heaven by every little thing you do
Loving nobody but you the woman I adore

Submitted: Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Edited: Sunday, May 13, 2012

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