Treasure Island

Charles Marshall


Why I Love You


You give me hope
And help me to cope
When pass life pulls me down
You bring me around

You teach me to care and express more
And help me to share my life with you
You asked me to be honest to you
With your understanding you are the best

From you I learn to Love
With grace from God above you were guided to me
It's for you I live to love
And I want to give you a good life

You are the reason that I feel love
When I hear the word love I think of you
You are my world and best friend too

You are so kind, thoughtful and caring
You are so pleasant, lovely and sharing
You help me be a better man by loving you

That's why I Love You! ! !

Submitted: Friday, January 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 27, 2014

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