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Allen Steble

(20/04/1987)

What she should hear everyday


Not a day i would ever miss
when i say i love you
not a kiss i would ever wait
to tell her i love her
sometimes i don't know why
but i never let a day pass by
to tell my girl i love her
never would i let the day slide away
to tell my girl i love her

Not a night i would ever forget
when i say i love you
before every seasons sunset
i tell my girl i love her
not a day passes away
unless i tell my girl i love her
when her soft eyes drip with tears
i console those waiting ears
by telling her i will always love her

I love you now
i love you today
i will love you tomorrow
and i am here to stay
because i love you
and know you love me
and through the ballad of time
you will always be
the one i love
the one i cherish

I love her
i tell my girl i love her
i tell her everyday

Submitted: Thursday, September 18, 2008
Edited: Friday, June 25, 2010

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