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angel of passion 016

Rookie - 20 Points (december 16th 1993 / strathroy)

***no matter what***


if u slip or fall ill be there
im the one who will always care
if u say no more
ur heart is 2 sore
ill wait
we r fate
if u say im ready
lets go steady
if u say no more broken hearts
i promise i wont
if u say treasure my love 4 u
i will
if u say lets meet my parents
OH NO! ! ! ! !
jk i will gooood impression time
if u say you hurt
ill heal you
if you cry
ill tell you i love you and im here
if you do something stupid
i will not laugh or judge you
if u say you love me
ill say it back meaning all 3 words
if u say ull stay and care
ill always be there
if ur in the hospital (hopefully never)
ill come and stay by u every minute
saying im there i love u and ill never leave ur side
if ur sick
ill make u soup and crackers
bring u a teddy bear and a plastic never dying rose
if ur tired
ill sing you a lil song to sleep
when u wake up
ill have a big breakfast awaiting 4 u
when u tell me how u feel good or bad
ill listen to everything
but babe no matter what were going thru
or what we do
or what happens babe ill always be there
for you
no matter what

Submitted: Monday, October 05, 2009

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