Sossi Khachadourian


You Dwell In Me


You dwell in me my beloved
Ah and beyond

Inside me there's a heart, exists there just for keeping you inside

You're the reason that's why beauties exist and I believe in

Every time you'r there, In my soul
Butterflies fly to blue skies sway

Taking with them the soul within

Inside me lies love and colorful butterflies

Angels have caves covered with veils

No one can take away the love, love stray

While lovers return home angels cry home alone.

Return home beloved bring the love back home

Return home one time may angels stop their cry's

May peace once again comes home

Im here alone, afraid is my soul

Storms out there people's cry my heart can't more bear

Children's bare hands

Return back my beloved bring the love which is lost

Tell him here is his real home.

Ah beloved!

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2012
Edited: Thursday, November 08, 2012

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