Did I mention before?
My pain has this little secret behind the rose,
And at the end of the conversations,
My heart still beat remembering, you know?
Have I told you ago?
That feeling of your voice by the phone,
An harmonic change does not leave alone.
Everything seems so perfect,
When I feel you so close,
Even thou I cannot run to your soul.
Should I tell my love?
When there are storms in my head,
And nobody was there, to whom I trust?
Now I feel so strange, I have you, like never before.
And so I remember your tender heart,
And follow your voice in the dark.
And so I let myself get lost in your eyes.
Have you noticed my dear?
When I look into your eyes,
I see perpetual shine, forever light.
I see eternity, I find peace,
And as my soul wanders about the pain I felt,
It is gone as the waves get lost in the blue sea.
Thank you my love,
For being there for me.
I am the one who cannot go elsewhere,
If you're not here with me.
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