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No Matter(Still Love You)

No matter how deep the deepest of oceans,
Or how high the highest of mountains,
I’ll dive them with you,
I’ll scale them with you,
I promise you.

No matter how long the longest of roads,
Or how heavy the heaviest of loads,
I’ll travel them with you,
I’ll carry them for you,
Yes I will.

No matter how cold the coldest of winters,
Or how hot the hottest of summers,
I’ll be there for you,
I’ll never abandon you,
I’ll be with you.

No matter how happy you are,
Or how sad you are,
I’ll share the laughter with you,
I’ll share the sorrow with you,
I’ll never leave you.

No matter how far apart we are,
Or how distant our memories are,
I’ll never stop thinking about you,
I’ll never forget you,
You’ll always be a part of me.

No matter what happens in the future,
Or what the world may become,
Or what happens to me or you,
Or all the possibilities that could happen…..

You’ll be my dream,
Now and always,
All the people that we have lost,
Or the dreams that have faded……
Never forget them.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 26, 2011

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