There's You In Me, - Poem by Moffat Mbuzi
There's you and there's me
There's Life and there's death
There's love and there's hate,
But you and i must live together.
There's me in you,
There's you in me,
Together we're in one
Life may start, life may end;
But you and I will always love one another,
As long as you and I liveth,
Life in the morning, life in the evening,
The sun rises, the sun sets.
But you and I remember one thing,
Love is our religion.
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