Alon Calinao Dy
How many times I've told you
That I really do love you
How many times you've said to me,
''You trust me with all your life.''
But why you always ask
As if it's an important task,
If you could ever imagine
How vast is my love,
I think you'd be speechless.
Do you think it is funny
To question every word I say?
I now begin to doubt your love
If it would last for a day.
Yes, I have known you
Over a short period of time
But it doesn't mean
You are out of the range.
It sounds crazy I guess
But I love you always
Because you give meaning
To my miserable life.
You give me a bright smile
And the love I always admire
I know, darling, you are worried
But I'm here to make you understand.
I won't bring you any pain
I promise you've so much to gain.
Please, listen to me now.
I'll love as long as you want me too.
I love you, you're the air that I breathe
And that's absolutely the truth.
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