lara arnaout


loving you


loving you more than words can say
loving you till my dying day
loving you even if you went away

loving you and love what you love
loving you and loving your laugh
loving you even if you were tough

loving you..what a strange feeling

its so strange
its so strong
inside of me
its so long

its so deep
inside of me
sometimes its pain
and i cant explain

or even know
is it fake or its true
what i have got from me to you

loving you so please don't turn away
loving you and its raising every day
loving you so surround me in my way

loving you and loving your eyes
loving you the love that never dies
loving you even if the sun didn't rise
i will still love you

its so strange
its so strong
inside of me
its so long

its so deep
inside of me
sometimes its pain
and i cant explain

or even know
is it fake or its true
but i know i am loving you

its true what i am feeling inside
loving you so please stand by my side

loving you...

Submitted: Friday, April 17, 2009

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