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When you look up to the stars Does your mind race like mine? Asking silently, as your mind races violently, "How can this be? How lucky we are, together forever, you and me."

You And I

© Connor Burkett

When you look up to the stars
Does your mind race like mine?
Asking silently, as your mind races violently,
"How can this be?
How lucky we are, together forever, you and me."

Seeing, smelling, feeling your touch.
Keeps my heart beating, you are my crutch
That keeps my soul steady and my mind in the clouds
Thinking of seeing you in all of these crowds.
Pushing and passing to find you my dear.
To hold you, to feel you and lose all fear.

Hoping you're sleeping steady and dreaming sweet
Of one day soon that we shall be, Together again
You and I.
Holding hands and locking eyes
Our lips will touch, on our wedding day and there will be no goodbyes.
No vows shall be broken, until our dying day.

Our family will be stable, and loved more each day
Holding our child as we ride on a sleigh.
Through the fields and daisies and tall warm grass
Our lives will be perfect, and will never pass
Only time is what we have to keep us together.
Keeping our promises, and holding on Forever.

When our time comes, to pass on by
We will both remember.
How lucky we are to have
Just You and I.

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Published: 10/31/2011

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