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I have been married twice, had two families and four children, and now I am divorced again. I could not believe that any one would ever be able to have the key to my heart again, but someone found me on the Net. She lives out of state, but she has came down to visit me. And she knows what I am going through right now. I have nothing, and yet she cares - about who I am and not what I have.
Always hold your head up high, for true love will never pass you by.
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My Heart Believes In You
|by Stewart Bradshaw
I kept my head up high,
and then you came my way.
I have been hurt so many times.
My heart filled with so much pain.
but now that pain has gone away.
For I have found a place I want to be.
This place I see is with thee.
For in your arms I have felt and seen,
a wonderful feeling that I cannot believe.
A safe haven in your arms just for me.
Now I give my heart to thee.
For my heart believes in you.
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