I don't ever want to wake up
I don't ever want to shut my eyes again
She's like a fantasy I've made up
But she's real, she's the best I'll ever get
I just need to stay inside her
She just wants to save my soul, my soul

She's the leader of her own world order
She's a legend in my own mind
She's the goddess of here own religion
My Madonna, and I can't believe she's mine

When we talk it's like communion
When we walk it's like we're walking on air
There's just no rhyme, there's just no reason
Because of here I'm living without a care
I just need stay beside her
She just wants to save my soul, my soul

She's the leader of her own world order
She's a legend in my own mind
She's the goddess of here own religion
My Madonna, and I can't believe she's mine
Yeah, I can't believe she's mine
And I can't believe she's mine
And I can't believe she's mine

She's the leader of her own world order
She's a legend in my own mind
She's the goddess of her own religion
My Madonna, and I can't believe she's mine


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    Really simple but awesome song - its about finding the perfect one

    S4VIORon April 22, 2007   Link

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