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by Jeffrey Deyto

Friday, March 02, 2007
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There was once a poem I wrote
Which I have thrown away and leave not a single note
It was for you all along
'Cause I thought what I've felt for you was wrong

I wish that i could write those once again
But my thoughts were washed away by the rain
But I'll try to remember what my heart has said
And not the mistakes I made

How could I forget the joy you bring
On every time I hear you sing
Even though I could hardly understand a thing
What matters is for whom my heart is beating

I have wrote there that every time our hands were reaching
I could feel that you could ease the pain she is causing
But now that you have I could easily see
The heart that's beating was only me

Can't you see what I mean?
That day and night you are my dream
That how I wish I could hold your hand
We can talk about it so you could understand

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