Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Forbidden Love

FORBIDDEN LOVE - Written by Carroll Bryant


I could write a hundred million songs
Sing them in my head until the crack of dawn
And I could dedicate them all to you
Cherish every word
But what good would it do
If I don't even take you by your precious hand
You would not understand
Sometimes I wonder if I do

I could wish upon a falling star
Ride it through my dreams
Until I give it to your heart
And I could dedicate its shine to you
Cherish it like gold
But what good would it do
If I can't even tell you that my love's at your command
They would not understand
Sometimes I wonder if I do

I wish that I could hold you in my longing arms
Whisper in your ear
Reveal my lonely heart
But life can be so evil when love is spaced by time
Though from the act of tenderness
That in my fantasies I find

Our love

I could walk a hundred million miles
With blisters on my feet
Greet you with a smile
And I could dedicate the quest to you
Cherish every step
But what good would it do
If I can't even show you how much you mean to this man
You would not understand
Sometimes I wonder if I do


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