It began with a note that he read and she wrote
And that night they took turns expressing their concerns
Well she chose to be with him, but if him just ainʼt what she needs

Fight for your born right to love anyone you deem worthy of your love

The years past they moved on, both got wed, had kids young
And sometimes just by chance sheʼd reflect time well spent
And he happened to be there, her in his arms sheltered from fear

Fight for your born right to love anyone you deem worthy of your love

Dean said he never felt the same, heʼd stare at his wife and think her name
It grew inside her hard and slow, like she committed a crime but never told a soul

Well Miss May and Dean Kay, both got slow, hair turned gray
Companions long laid rest, all the kids had moved west
And one day they both sent notes, in hopes of re-submerging both

Fight for your born right to love anyone you deem worthy of your love
Fight for your born right to love anyone you deem worthy of your love


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Miss May & Dean Kay song meanings
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