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Though My Love may deny it, I know she is biased by her love for me, as her own words have often shown. This I wrote to let her know that I love her too.

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thanks Jason I gave this one to my wife liked it a lot

I Love You, Too...

I know that Iím not all that handsome
Nor am I suave and debonair
I know Iíve got streaks of silver
In my once golden hair
I know Iím not as slim
As I was when I was young
The things I like to do now
Arenít, to you, a lot of fun
But you donít seem to see me
The same as others do
Their words, you say, are false
Only your words are true
You tell me that Iím handsome
You say that I am sweet
You say you like my hair
Including the silver streaks
You even think that Iím smart
But this just proves my point
You see me with your heart
I know thatís what you do
And I have just one answer
Dear, I Love You Too !

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