Roses R Red
Rose are red, and violets are blue.
Now I don't think it's been said, but I'm in love with you.
I know we ain't the same, but baby, that's okay.
I don't care if I sound lame, I just want you to hear me say
(Chorus) Roses R Red & Violets R Blue, now its been said,
I'm in love with you! Rose R Red & Violets R Blue, now it's been said,
I'm in love with you!
You make me feel like I belong, like everything else just fades away.
I've never felt so strong, and it's forever is how long I want us to stay.
You're the most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
When I look at you I just wanna sing.
You're the smartest girl I've ever known.
You can do anything but please dont go!
Please hear me out Please gimme a chance
I promise you there'll b no regrets
I got no doubt I got no plans
Im really sure this is romance...
(chorus+you, you, you, yeah you!
oh baby you know its true..
Im in love with you!
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