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Like the wind, you came into view
As the morning sun rose in the sky
You stopped under the oak tree
And looked me in the eye

So wild and free you were
So mighty and so proud
You stirred the dust as you ran
It was as a red cloud

I wanted so, to touch you
To whisper words in your ear
But you were not to be tamed
You were as the wild frontier

You stared a minute more
Before you turned to flee
I'll always remember
Your beautiful eyes, staring at me

Melva
2006 February 14

Psalm 30: 12

To the end that my glory may sing
praise to thee, and not be silent.
O Lord my God, I will give thanks
unto thee for ever.



 

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Your Love Comes Tumblin' Down
Written By Lenny Smith©
1996 New Jerusalem Music
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