Naa naa


u & i


ur my first true love
ur my only love
i have loved you ever since we've met
i wish i could tell u wat u mean to me but im to shy to say
ur wat makes me shy
ur all i talk about
I love you so, I didn't care
If its right or wrong
ur the reason i get up every morning
ur the reason for the smile on my face
i loved you for so long
i love ur eyes
ur touch makes me weak
ur look gives me chills up & down my spine
i love how u give me butterflys
i love ur smile
ur love makes me stronger
ur always on my mind & all i can think about
i love ur personality
i love wat ur love has done to me
ur mine til the end of time
ur love is wat gets me thru my days
i love everything about u
i love u more then life its self
ur the only 1 tat stayed by my side thru everything
ur amazing
i cant c life wit out u
i cant c myself wit any1 but u

Submitted: Sunday, March 28, 2010
Edited: Sunday, March 28, 2010

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