Kevin Rutledal


Miss You





Wish you where here, miss your
voice so much my dear
With you on my
mind, everything gets so clear
My mind,
so simple, just you in there, i hold you so dear

Remember first time I let my
eyes on you,
nothing I managed to do
You, your beauty, gazed upon me, like a
star on the sky,
I was falling but you my dear made me fly

With a single look
on your face,
you just placed my heart with a trace
I was wondering, where was
I, in a place like this?
Wanted so much to give you this kiss

Remember I was
praying ' please dont go, here, I want you so'
In a world filled
with suffer, pain and hate, please dont be late,
I need you here, not there

I
will be your hero, and make your pain to zero
With me, with a smile I alaways
want you to be
No more tears from your eyes, no more lies

A promise I give
you, deep from my heart,
a promise from me for you to keep
Now, if I could
only hold you within my arm,
never I would let you come to any harm

Submitted: Friday, April 05, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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