If you are feeling blue
I shall be there to console you,
For both big and small things,
I will fix your broken wings.
If you're sad because of your fears
I shall be there to catch your tears.
If more profusely you start to cry,
Then your tears I shall dry.
If your heart starts to break,
I'll be there with my duct tape.
There to fix your broken heart,
No matter how much its torn apart.
For you, I shall always care,
I will be your teddy bear.
Even if you break my heart,
Once, twice, three times apart.
Remember this my beautiful friend,
I'll be there for you till the end
Of time beautiful, my beautiful dove,
Oh I wish it was me you loved.
Yet now I'm wishin on a star,
Not for money or a car,
I'm wishin for you my angel
To bring true happiness to my life thats hell,
Without you here by my side,
Without you here to be my guide.
Stay with me all the hours,
Girl who's prettier than all the flowers.
Life without you wouldn't be the same,
If I let you go I'd be to blame.
So please, please, please don't leave my life,
For life without you would be absolute strife.
But at this point I'm happier then I've ever been
Happy because you're my beautiful friend.
For you've changed my life for the better,
This one fact, I am sure.
I never knew true beauty, till I looked into your eyes,
Please believe me, for these are not lies.
The simple fact that you are you.
Proves that dreams do come true.
Thats all for now my beautiful Love.
Thats all for now my green-eyed Dove.
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