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My Love {a love song dedicated to my love, Eric James Cantrell}

Juliette Aurora 1997 (USA)

Your smile brightens up my day.
It's something I always want to see.
Even though I can't view it my way,
I know you're smiling cause of me.

Your voice is sweeter than honey.
It's a sound I always want to hear.
I wouldn't even trade it for money,
cause it is something I hold dear.

Although you may be far away,
I want you to hear me say

CHORUS:
My love, don't you ever change.
You are the one for me.
I know that this sounds strange,
but we are meant to be.
I love you the way you are.
The stars will never rearrange.
I know we're far apart,
but my love, don't you ever change.

Your eyes take my breath away.
They are something I adore.
A blue ocean that wants to stay,
leaving me wanting more.

Your kiss is something I cherish.
It's a memory I'll never forget.
My love for you will never perish,
since you are what my heart is set.

Oh, my dear, you may not believe me,
but please, I want you to see

CHORUS

All of these things make up my perfect man,
someone I want to stay.
We may have our future already planned,
but listen to me when I say...

My love, don't you ever change.
Stay the way you are.
My feelings will be the same.
I love you with all my heart.

I love you the way you are.
The stars will never rearrange.
I know we're far apart,
but my love, don't you ever change.

CHORUS REPEAT

Stay with me; remain the same.
Please my love, don't you ever change. <3
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