You in my arms as we walk to my car
Your voice warms my heart, your eyes like stars
We huddle in closer as a cool breeze goes by
I can feel your heartbeat next to mine

Your head in my chest, guarding you from the wind
Your hand digs deeper into my skin
But I promise I won’t let go of you
I will always be here next to you

We pass over a bridge and look around
We glance at the stars and stay Close
I pull you in tighter to keep you warm
I would never let anything do you harm

So we stand here on this wooden place
All we can do is look to the stars
Holding each other not leaving space
Now the ending the walk to my car

I open your door, help you in
Our night is over, when will it happen again?
This question digs through me, like a knife
Cutting my emotions into pieces
I just wish for one more hour

I take you home, stop at your house
But I don’t want it to end, don’t get out
I get to your door, say my goodnight
Give you a kiss and let out a sigh
Why do the best things always end?

So I stand with myself
Missing everything about you
Telling out story to a thousand def ears
But no one listens to my request

Walking back to my car
I start to remember
All those little things I miss about you
The way you bite your lip, laugh and smile
It all felt so perfect to me


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