Your Lovely Red Lips and Smile
I will die without your love
Your lovely red lips and smile
Just make me go so crazy for you.
I saw your beautiful smile by mistake
Though, that is what my heart really yearned to see since so long
I cannot live without you and I know you can never be mine.
You really look so happy
I just wish that I was able to actually be happy
However, sadly without you I am never fully happy.
It feels as if something is really missing
Not even a single person has proved to be as good.
These words will carry only tears with them
As you are truly my dream girl
The man whom you will love, will be so lucky
Though, for you I am the cheater?
Yes, I know you think I am a cheat?
Trust me, I really loved only you truly
No woman can be as good as you and I really love you
I miss your red lips and that lovely smile, which now I will forever miss.
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