ESPN CHICK

(07-18-1989 / Arkansas)

There's A Time


There's a time for tears
There's a time for I love yous
There's times for hugs & kisses
There's always time to talk
So tell me what's bothering you?
There's a time when we told each
other everything
So what's the difference now?
There's always a time to tell me
what's on your mind
I love you & you love me so tell me
am I doing something wrong?
There's always a time for driving
around
Please tell me what's going on?
There's no more time to waste
It's been a year since we have
been together
So many memories of us
We've laughed together &
cried together
So what's the difference now?
Sit down & talk to me
You know you can tell me
anything
There's time to talk

Submitted: Sunday, December 02, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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