LAURA EGGEBRECHT

(O7/07/1959 / LOS ANGELES, CALIF)

YOUR MY ANGEL


Your My Angel Sent From Heaven Above..
Your My Every Breath That I Take..
Your My Every Reason For Living..
Your My Angel.. Your My Angel Baby

When God Brought You To Me... I Knew
My Life Would Feel Complete...
You Were Made For Me And I For You..
Your My Angel... Your My Angel Baby

Heaven Above Sent You - My Angel...
My Every Motovation... My Every Strenght..
Angel Baby... Your My Angel Baby
Gods Gift From The Heavens Above.

Your My Angel.. Your My Angel Baby
Your My... Your My Angel Baby...

Loving You Is A Dream Come True...
Holding You Tight... Just Feels Right
Your My... Your My... Your My Angel... Baby
Your My.. Your My Angel.. Baby

Loving You Just Feels So Right...
Your My... Your My
Angel Baby...

Submitted: Tuesday, June 16, 2009

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