george albot


Maybe Dejavu


I wish I could rap you in my arms and tell you
Everything will be okay, or at the very least
Take us back to Friday when I could tell you
How much I care for you

Because after talking to you today it actually
Sounded like that you didn’t believe what I say
Well I promise you all what I have said to you
Is true

There will never be a day when I don’t love you
And I cannot imagine a time when I would not
Want you
And I am not trying to make you want me by saying
Something that I think you want to hear
But I do know it not easy for you
But I know, that I will not be able to stop loving you

I have felt a love for you that I have never ever felt before
You were and still are the most amazing person I have ever met
This is something I know will never ever change

I just want you to lie on my chest again
And listen to my heartbeat
Then you’ll know that I have meant every
Word I have ever said
XXX

Submitted: Monday, June 10, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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