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T-I-ara Songbird

Deep within my heart deep within my soul
Deeper than I ever ventured to go
I don't know if you ever heard the music of the soul
it is soft and it's refreshing and it melts away the cold
Like a porcelain dove flying in a heavy winter sky
Trapped in nature's conscience he's camouflaged as he flies by
And the music has played on for years for our feathered friend has never sung until he realizes that the song is almost done
For if the only sound he hears is the echo of his own voice
He knows he hasn't failed only surely made a choice

I've wanted to tell you for a while that you're absolutely awesome
Your smile is picture perfect and you smell like apple blossoms
Your smile gives me a buzz like the finest glass of wine
You can lift a birds spirit up and toss it high into the sky
When you speak your very genuine, sincere and so unique
Your soul was dipped in gold before you ever learned to speak
Though I've been a fool and I've been silent, somewhat humbled by my pride
Every time you walked on by
I pretended it never drove me wild
The Sunshine beckoned and danced within your golden plume
The undeniable sparkle shining bright within your eyes to melt together like a rainbow amidst a perfect diamond sky

To think that I would transform into a butterfly only to flutter and land on your shoulder
Fighting away that need to kiss your cheek
Affectionately I would hold you
  For then I'd rise to fly away and stare at you from high above
As you have been my secret crush for many moons or years I'd say
  The truest beauty lies within the heart
where dreams and wishes never fade
So with a very caring heart
  For even if your heart now rests beneath anothers wing
You were all I wished yes you were all I wished
For one entrancing kiss
For one entrancing kiss
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