Naseeru Taneemu Annuree


Just Three Little Words?


Should I ask you?
Please I beg you;
Why are you afraid to tell me
Just three little words
Just three little words
Just three little words
You cannot tell me
Just three little words
That meant the world to me
Just three little words
As bright as a star
Just three little words
As sweet as honey
Just three little words
As white as a snow
just three little words
As wide as the world
Should I ask you?
Please I beg you
Why are you afraid to tell me
Just three little words
Just three little words
Just three little words
Charming and colourful
Bright and beautiful
Just three little words
Precious and priceless
Fine and flowery
Just three little words
Majestic and magnificient
Gentle and greenish
Just three little words
That I want hear from you
Just three little words
That means 'I Love You'.......

Submitted: Saturday, July 28, 2012
Edited: Saturday, July 28, 2012

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