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This aint as it seems

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This aint as it seems

Pulling away from you ain’t the easiest task
I still want your love, your touch 
But i know it will eventually pass
I want to be there to see you cry, 
To see you smile, laugh 
Even to see you sigh

I don’t just want you, 
I want every part of you, 
I want to share the important moments
To laugh even when we are hurt and when things are challenging

I don’t want to go a single day 
Without making you smile
And making sure you are okay

I don’t want to pretend that these feelings aren’t rare
That what we had wasn’t somehow special
And neither one of us can deny that  something is there

Maybe, i wont be able to hold you in my arms for as long as I want,
Maybe i wont be able to treat you the way i dreamed 
And Maybe things wont ever be as they seemed

But, i would do everything again,
All that pain, all the hurt and disappointment.
All the joy, laughs and special moments. 
I would do it all over again,
I would kill to hold you in my arms one last time
To make you smile and laugh
For the final time

Now take this ring, 
As a symbol of eternity. 
That I will love you through thick and thin
And be there for you through  every single struggle, 
Every frustration, every fear, every disappointment.
Every celebration, every moment of every day. 
I want to hold you, support you, encourage you. 
And most of all love you, every day of my life forever. 
I love you more than you know, 
And i will always love you this much 
And i will wait as i long for your special touch

You are the love of my life
Take my hand and lets run away
And be free and happy and celebrate every day 

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