I Will Only Belong To You
Everything happens for a reason,
Summer, Winter, every other season.
Things that no one can explain,
Things that bring us joy. or pain.
Meeting you has brought me joy,
Being your best friend, your silly boy.
Your bright smile warms my heart,
You truly are a work of art.
Yet sadness creeps inside your brain,
Your sadness and frown drive me insane.
For a girl that is as perfect as you,
Deserves to be happy, this is true.
There's nothing that i wouldn't do
To cause your smile to come through.
When you feel that no one cares,
Or when you feel that no one's there,
Remember that I care about you,
Beautiful girl I'm here for you,
To ease your pain caused by strife,
I'll stay forever in your life.
Only if you want me to,
I would do anything for you.
I'll save you like you're saving me,
I'll be your boat on this endless sea.
You're my angel and I'm yours too,
Love you forever, that's what I'll do.
I hope you know my beautiful dove,
That you will forever have my love.
My heart will always belong to you,
I will only belong to you.
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