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Ballad Of Mr. Right - Poem by malabon messenger

Oh! How I wish to meet Mr. Right
That will love me all the time

I’m waiting for Mr. Right to enter that door
I’m waiting for Mr. Right to come and say hello
I’m waiting for Mr. Right to look into my eyes
While I’m saying those words, the words that I want him to know

Oh! How I wish to meet Mr. Right
That will love me all the time

Looking through the eyes of love
Is the most precious thing that I could ever have
Walking alone the road, holding each others hand
Is the most memorable thing that I could ever have

Oh! How I wish to meet Mr. Right
That will love me all the time

And that time came to meet a perfect guy
Oh! I’m so speechless to greet him with a sweet smile
Those hands that are waiting to caress him are now shaking
Oh! What’s happening to me? I’m still trembling

Oh! How I wish to meet Mr. Right
That will love me all the time

But oh! What’s happening now? He is ready to leave
And say goodbye, it hurts me so much
That I could loose my mind and the
Only thing that I could do is no more but cry

Oh! How I wish to meet Mr. Right
That will love me all the time

Now I understand that not all Mr. Perfect is Mr. Right
Now I’m alone, sitting at the end of the road
Hoping someday when the right time came
Mr. Right will came and say hello

Oh! How I wish to meet Mr. Right
That will love me all the time

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 15, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 10, 2010


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