"One Boy, One Girl" as written by Shaye Smith and Mark Alan Springer....
He finally gave in to his friend's girlfriend
When she said, "there's someone you should meet"
At a crowded restaurant way cross town
He waited impatiently
She walked in their eyes met and they both stared
And right there and then everyone else disappeared, but

One boy, one girl, two hearts beating wildly
To put it mildly it was love at first sight
He smiled, she smiled and they knew right away
This was the day they'd waited for all their lives
For a moment the whole world revolved
Around one boy, and one girl

In no time at all they were standing there
In the front of a little church
Among their friends and family
Repeating those sacred words
Preacher said, "Son, kiss your bride", and he raised her veil
Like the night they met time just stood still for

One boy, one girl, two hearts beating wildly
To put it mildly it was love at first sight
He smiled, she smiled and they knew right away
This was the day they'd waited for all their lives
For a moment the whole world revolved
Around one boy and one girl

He was holding her hand when the doctor looked up and grinned
"Congratulations, twins"

One boy, one girl, two hearts beating wildly
To put it mildly it was love at first sight
He smiled, she smiled and they knew right away
This was the day they'd waited for all their lives
And for a moment the whole world revolved
Around one boy and one girl



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"One Boy, One Girl" as written by Mark Alan Springer Mark Springer

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    General CommentThis is just beautiful, and as far as real love goes, this is pretty much it.
    RyanJ1983on April 26, 2006   Link

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