Ravi Sathasivam


Why you don't understand me.....


I try to make you understand how much my true love on you
but why you don't understand me
I try to make you understand my heart how much cry for you
but why you don't understand me
I try to make you understand how much I care for you
but why you don't understand me
I try to make you understand how much I need of you
but why you don't understand me
I try to make you understand how much I want to hold you tight
but why you don't understand me
I try to make you understand how much I need your hugs
but why you don't understand me
Now you understand the love in my
heart for you is more precious than gold
and make me understand your love is true

Submitted: Monday, October 18, 2004
Edited: Friday, April 09, 2010

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