I fell in love with you,
T'was like a dream come true
And my love for you will never end oh no
Was such a special night
You lay right by my side
And I told you things I never ever told

And now that I have you babe
I promise I'll never leave
Cuz you are the only one that makes my love complete...

And I'm,
Crazy over you,
I dont know what to do,
I'm Crazy over you...

A love that never ends
You're more than just a friend
And my heart and soul I'll always give to you,
The only in my life
Someday you'll be my wife,
And I'll be with you until the end of time...

And now that I have you babe
I promise I'll never leave
Cuz you are the only one that makes my love complete...

And I'm,
Crazy over you,
I dont know what to do,
I'm Crazy over you...

It doesnt matter what you say or do
Because I love you (And I know you love me too)
Love me, kiss me, and hold me in your arms
Lets me know you're crazy over me
And I'm Crazy over you
Cuz you are the only one,
To make my life complete...

And I'm,
Crazy over you,
I dont know what to do,
I'm Crazy over you...

And I'm,
Crazy over you,
I dont know what to do,
I'm Crazy over you...



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    awww i love 112

    Priscillaon August 25, 2002   Link
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    this song means alot to me only because it is everything i feel about some one right now. and it is the greatest feeling in the world.

    jess123041on March 08, 2003   Link
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    cool

    orangefulpinayon May 06, 2003   Link
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    uhmmm... this song reminds me of a guy who used to love me without asking in return... he made me so happy and felt that i was important and special to him....he was the happiest guy in the world when he had me before...

    @nneon November 11, 2005   Link
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    uhmmm... this song reminds me of a guy who used to love me without asking in return... he made me so happy and felt that i was important and special to him....he was the happiest guy in the world when he had me before...

    @nneon November 11, 2005   Link
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    My Boyfried gave me this song. It means so much to me. :]

    Lodi340on April 17, 2012   Link

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