Miles Apart (Sealed With A Kiss)
As I think about you, I begin to see,
Exactly what you mean to me,
Do you remember on that day when I left and we gave each other our goodbyes?
And I gave you the biggest kiss and I wiped the tears from your eyes.
As I said, if you feel lonesome and blue,
Always remember that you are my LOVE and I was always there holding you.
No matter how many Miles that we are Apart,
You are the only one that holds the key to unlock to my heart.
Well as I have to go for now, this why I wrote this down and wanted to share,
With you to let you know how much I really care.
And I seal this letter with a kiss,
Because the tears now run down my eyes because you are the one I truely miss.
You are everything that I am, and everything that I do,
This why I am here to say I Love You.
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By Frank Pulver Sept 19,2011
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