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courtney helm


I wish


This is basically about all the guys I have/will/do like


I wish I could see your eyes and your smile everyday,
I wish i could hear you laugh everyday,
I wish I could feel your arms around mine everyday,
I wish I could talk to you everyday.

I hope I'll see you tomorrow,
I hope I'll see you nex week,
I hope I'll see you next month,
I hope I'll see you next year,
I hope I'll see you in a decade,
I hope I'll see you in a century,
I hope I'll see you everyday.

I'm afraid that my wishes and hopes won't come true,
I'm afraid I won't see you,
Or hear you,
Or feel you,
Or talk to you,
Or smell you,
I'm afraid I won't ever see you agian.

Then I realize,
It's up to you,
You can smile,
You can laugh,
You can put your arms around mine,
You can walk up to me and talk,
And it's up to me to decide if I want to see you,
I can come by tomorrow,
Or come see you next week,
Or come by next month,
Or next year,
Or see you in a decade,
Or even a century,
It's up to me and you,
And I want to see you forever!

Submitted: Saturday, March 01, 2008
Edited: Thursday, May 08, 2008

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