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Love's messages

Love's messages

There's a time I remember,
when I didn't know...
a thing about love, and how it should go

A man once told me, just look for the signs...
cause when she wants love,
you need to read between the lines

Chorus
Love's messages...
There are things, 
that she'll say with her eyes
Love's messages...
Why can't you just tell me whats on your mind?

I had a hard time, 
deciphering the signs...
I always thought, 
it get's better with time,

but how do read that look on her face
when you make a mistake, it's such a disgrace

Chorus
Love's messages...
There are things, 
that she'll say with her eyes
Love's messages...
Why can't you just tell me what's on your mind?

Bridge
When I see her, I feel my heart starting to burn,
I must be slow cause I feel there's still so much to learn
please help me to understand

Now I'm getting older, 
and I'm starting to know
When a woman wants love, 
and how it should go...

I may not know everything, 
and sometimes it shows...
but, you must plant a seed, 
if you want love to grow

Chorus
Love's messages...
There are things, 
that she'll say with her eyes
Love's messages...
Why can't you just tell me what's on your mind?

Finale
You really need to know how to read the signs
The hidden messages that she sends with her eyes
Please help me to understand

John Derek Hamilton
August 18, 2018









Copyright © John Hamilton | Year Posted 2018

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  1. Date: 8/18/2018 9:46:00 AM

    John, it is also hard for women to understand men's thoughts. However, once the "seed" is planted, we can let things develop naturally. I think you know more about women than you believe you. Keep studying the eyes as well as the words and the rest will come to you. Beautifully written in lyric form. Hugs, Carolyn

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