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I knew deep in my heart that one day my husband's evil side would eventually tear us apart. From the first time we met, he was the picture perfect man for me - until his anger got the better of him. He was my dream - but as the years rolled by, I wasn't willing to pay the price for that dream. He gave me many years of happiness, and many years of hurt, but he also gave me the strength to be the woman I am today.
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You and I
An empty room
Watching the rose in the vase
On the windowsill die
Watching the moon in the sky
Disappear behind a cloud
Body spirits coincide
Eye to eye touching view
There's only one of you
Who understood my mirror eyes
When you sang it made me cry
For I thought I'd found paradise
But we cannot live for always
I had to leave
Gaining a love for you
Was like walking through the door of one-ness
I was drawn to you like a reflecting image
I loved you
I saw the turmoil
I saw the pain
I felt the evil person inside of you
You were my dreamtime
Those dreams came at a price
I have awoken from this dream
Now I can dream my own dreams
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