maria sudibyo

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Till Love Do Us Part


call your lover
don't make her wait too long
she can hide feelings better than me
but it doesn't mean she is strong

erase my lipstick mark
don't make her more jealous
she can smell the perfume
enough she knows I'm that woman

I will not apologize
that you love me too
I will not say sorry
that I hold you too

till love do us part
I belong to shadow and moon
because when you're in my home
is the only you that I can own

listen your lover
don't burn her heart into fire
we have all the mistakes
why argue when the die is cast

stay with her tonight
don't leave her down in sorrow
I know her eyes will tell
she loves you as much as I do

I will not fear
to lose your heart
I will not say goodbye
to curve her smile

till love do us part
I'm just your other lovers
because when I want you more
is the only thing I can't own

Submitted: Thursday, December 11, 2008
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