Treasure Island

norman hale

(2/18/1963 / ohio)

Some Never Believe Me


Some never believe me
But at least I know it's true
When I speak those four little words
Honey, I love you! ! ! !

Some never believe me
But I know it's a fact
And there is nothing any sweeter
Than when I hear it coming back

Some never believe me
But I feel it in your kiss
And that is the feeling
That I never want to miss

Some never believe me
About love finding its way
But you can believe me
That yours is here to stay

Some never believe me
But, love can never be measured
But believe me my love
Yours will always be treasured

Some never believe me
But I pray I'm believed by you
For when I say 'I Love You'
There is nothing ever more true

wrote 9/19/2009 by Norman Hale Jr.

Submitted: Monday, September 21, 2009

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