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We're On The Same Page



We're on the same page
I never thought I'd find you-but there you are,
It was always hard to believe in a shooting star.
My life has new direction-a purpose to pursue,
I really want to take the time to know you.
You're uniquely awesome-I'm caught in your loving spell,
words are hard to find but you saved me from my hell.
To think I had created a world full of pain and tears,
yet one moment with you and I no longer have those fears.
You're so easy to talk to-we're on the same page,
I feel like I'm the singer who has stormed the stage.
I'm so full of confidence-we're on the same page,
your love has opened a door and led me to a new age.
Yesterday was full of doubts-I didn't know where to turn,
then from out of the blue-you caused my love to burn.
Who is this angel of mercy delivering me from the pain,
who is this beautiful woman-she's driving me so insane.
This woman is you-all my dreams are coming true,
you're the inspiration of my song-I'll sing it strong for you.
you showed me a world of sweet compassion and tenderness,
without you I couldn't imagine finding much success.
You're the one I'm after-we're on the same page,
you're the music of my heart-you cause my soul to rage.
I've never felt so certain we're on the same page,
Until the day I discovered you-I couldn't reach that stage.
written by Donald Kirby Von Koehler
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Submitted on January 17, 2021

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Donald James Kirby Von Koehler

I was born in Buried Washington in 1965 at Burien general the rest is a blur..........okay just kidding ]:P I have always loved music I played Strawberry Fields Forever on the Drums at my 2nd grade Talent show and took 2nd place at the age of 13 I started writing lyrics at a pace of 5 to 10 an hour sometimes 25 a day- at the age of 16 I learned by ear Piano still don't read music but I have over 60 made up songs on the keyboards. I have won Poet awards in October 2006 and a couple editors awards for Caught up in the moment and There's a Part of me I got a trophy when I won for Perfect Alibi. more…

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