We sauntered down to the old canal shore.
We held hands and the past we did explore. We gazed around to see how far we had come. We sat awhile and observed the rising of the sun. I put a blanket around your shoulders and said you my love, are the one I want to grow old with. You’re a beautiful soul. They broke the mould when they made you. My heart rejoices when I think of the choices that in life’s Radom lottery you picked me. And you said.
It works both ways as we sat embraced in the summer haze. Come with me sit down by this tree. See your worth my love. Nothing in life’s for free.
This love has always been destined from birth. Come sit with me and just, Be.
Can’t you see it takes two to tango they’ve always told me.