Will You Marry Me


If a day goes by where I can’t see your face Or feel our hearts in a close embrace, I would embark on a worldwide chase And marry you so we were in the same place. Here I am on bended knee, For years this scene I tried to flee Then I met you and it was clear to me To be complete you must marry me. I thought I had a pretty good life, Plenty of friends, and lots of stuff. Then I met you, and saw the strife Of being alone—it’s kind of rough. Make me better—be my husband. I’m really sweet, it’s my act that’s tough. I ask you to take a journey with me To share our lives, build our family tree To live together in harmony I pray you say Yes! as I get down on one knee. The stars in the sky, Match the sparkle in your eye. Love starts with a dance, Then blooms into romance. If two become one, It’s a lot more fun. My request is simply: Will you please marry me?

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