Jo Marie Takes the Knife
Can I hold you tight, throughout the night?
Can I lose myself in your eyes, and never have to worry about saying goodbyes?
Can I hear your fears, and understand your tears?
Can I enjoy your kiss, while you make me go through life in bliss?
I don't want to forget, or feel any regret
I want to give you my heart, but I'm afraid you'll break it apart.
I think of you night and day, there are so many things that I want to say.
I want to say I love you, and this I truly do.
Can I still dream of you tonight, and forget who I am or what is right?
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