carolyn mallard

(June 3,1982 / el centro california)

You Mean So Much To Me!


You mean so much to me
More than I could ever say
And even if you don't believe me
I mean it in every way

Whenever were together
Nothing can go wrong
And I'm starting to think
That with you is where I belong

Whenever we are together
I thank God that I'm alive
With you by my side
I think I can survive
You take away my sadness
You take away my pain
This feeling when I'm with you
Is nothing I can explain

I know you understand
That I'm in a constant fight
And your one main reason
Why my life is worth the fight

You're always there for me,
No matter what I've gone through
So I just want to take this time to say
Thank you and I am truly grateful for you.

Submitted: Thursday, September 20, 2007
Edited: Sunday, April 10, 2011

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