Waking Up With You
I've seen her face away from my dreams, I blinked my eyes and still she's by my side, finally finding the girl from my dreams, how lucky I am to see her with my eyes. As I see her with my eyes my mind goes wild, imagining holding her all I can do is smile. I feel her skin running against mine as I hold her in my arms and care for her this lovely night. I kiss her cute soft cheek to see them bloom with red, the most beautiful sight I see, the most caring touch of all. I look her in the eyes seeing the most romantic sight, such desire and need running through my every sense wanting to never let go of such an astonishing and incomparable moment with the girl of my everlasting love. I touch my hand gently against her cheek showing her my every care and showing her my feelings are so real and true. I hold her a bit tighter cuddling her this morning, the sun shines so bright and even brighter as she smiles, she's smiling as she beats and pounds against my chest, the feeling of her love as it runs in her so crazy and wild.
I look beyond the horizon and happiness I see hoping of that future where our hearts finally meet. I want to show you my care, be you guardian of every night, be the one who makes you smile and be the one who shows you true love. I want to hold you through the nights and be their when you awake, be the first smile you see and tell you how much I care. As you already know and will be tolled once more, forever I will love you and my heart shall always be yours.
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