Teasia Ruffin


Who would have ever thought


Who would have ever thought that you could feel this way
To fall so hard that it feels impossible
Its crazy how someone can have such a big effect on you and your life
Its so scary because Im so sensative and I overthink so much
How do I know You'll love me forever?
How do I know that your only thinking of me?
I wanna know and I wanna feel it
Im in it forever with you and only you
I want you to be afraid to lose me
I want you to fight for me
You and I we both hold back so much emotion
And it scares us both
Who would have ever thought that it would be you and I
That it would be you and I drinking off the same cup of milk
Who would have ever thought that I would someday hopefully propose to you

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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