Treasure Island

Taylor Renae Smith


Since I Have Yet To Say Thanks


Thanks for being there
Always being so aware
Thanks for being near when I needed you here
Thanks for staying so close when I needed you the most

Thanks for the love your rain on me like a dove
Always seeming as if you are from right above
Thanks for the times you seem to help me enjoy love

Thanks for being here when I need someone near
Thanks for being there
Also for being so fair

Thanks for saying hi
When they all shouted good-bye
Thanks for giving me the time of day
When all your friends didn’t bother to say hey

Submitted: Sunday, February 15, 2009

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  • Nika 727 (6/9/2012 12:53:00 PM)

    That's wonderful! ! ! How sweet song I'v heard ever! ! ! !
    your song is so similar to taylor swift song! ! !
    it seems that its not just a same name! ! ! !
    you're twins! ! ! (Report) Reply

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