Rees Millstead


Im Yours


You hold my life inside your hand
dont let it slip through like grains of sand
Nobody else can understand
without you im no longer a man
You seem to make me into what I am
so I hold you close as close as I can
You show me the light from wich I ran
But your my angel and Im just a fan
get me away from the sinners away from the damned
And help me be strong so I can make a stand
to rule on this world and make it grand
Rid it of those who want it band
You brought me back to life so I owe to you
The heart in my chest and my soul to
im not sure what else I can do
But this is what Ill promise is true
when you touched me my heart grew
I felt every beat as your love flows through
untill my death I swear to stand by you

Submitted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 20, 2013

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