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Author Name: FreeAnna Cellmer 0 Comments
Date Added: November 27, 2005 16:11:33 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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What can I do my Beloved
That I'm happy enough
Only when I love you
Only when I see you
As a man I dream about
As a wonderful knight
I'd like to thank you
For your beauty
For your face so sweet to me
For your voice so tender
For the eyes I remember
Were always so joyful to me
I want to dream about you always
My lover from old days
I'll never forget you, my love
Your picture is always above
Every day and every night
I feel your understanding sight
And this is so much to me
That it just used to be
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